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Rebelët somalezë marrin vendim për pengun francez

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Grupi rebel somalez al Shabab thotë se ka marrë vendimin për fatin e pengut francez Dennis Allex, të cilin forcat franceze u përpoqën që t’a lironin me anë të një operacioni të pasukseshëm.

Grupi tha në një deklaratë sot se ai kishte marrë një “vendim unanim” për fatin e Alleksit, dhe se detaje të këtij vendimi do të publikohen “ në orët në vazhdim”.

Ministri i jashtëm francez Jean Yves le Drian tha sot se një ushtar francez u vra në përpjekjet për shpëtimin e pengut të premten dhe se një tjetër figuron i zhdukur dhe mendohet se ka vdekur. Ai tha se zyrtarët besojnë se Dennis Allex ështe vrarë që më parë nga rrëmbyesit e tij.

Al Shabba ka postuar në Twitter fotografi që paraqesin trupin e një ushtari francez si dhe armatime franceze. 17 ushtarë somalezë u vranë gjatë sulmit të së premtes.
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15.01.2013 14:12
Grupi rebel Somalez al Shabab e kane vrare pengun Francez Dennis Allex,ngushellime famijes,Rebelet somaleze jane pirate te rezikshem te detit dhe kercenim per gjithe boten ,gjithashtu jane mjeshtra per te zene pengje per interesa materiale duhet te shkaterohen keto grupe rebelesh somaleze qe jane kercenim per gjithe boten..

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