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President Mulatu Teshome of Ethiopia has lauded the country’s defense forces for their efforts aimed at maintaining peace and security at home and in the Horn of Africa region. The President was speaking to the forces at the celebration of the fifth Defense Force Day held in the Jigjiga town, capital of the Ethiopian Somali regional State on Tuesday February 14, 2017. “The day is unique as we are celebrating it with our heroes who managed to inflict heavy losses on the Islamist militant group al-Shabab,” Mulatu is quoted by the state-affiliated FBC to have said. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The day is unique as we are celebrating it with our heroes who managed to inflict heavy losses on the Islamist militant group al-Shabab. The President also awarded medals to the 13th Division 4th battalion for their strides in combating al-Shabab insurgents in Somalia. Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome awarded medals to Ethiopian soldiers who fought al-Shabaab militants at the Halgan battle in #Somalia.— Tesfalem Waldyes (@tesfalemw) February 14, 2017 The head of the Defense forces on his part said they were only discharging the constitutional mandate to protect the country from internal and external aggression. General Samora Yenus added that Ethiopian troops were also actively" />
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President Mulatu Teshome of Ethiopia has lauded the country’s defense forces for their efforts aimed at maintaining peace and security at home and in the Horn of Africa region. The President was speaking to the forces at the celebration of the fifth Defense Force Day held in the Jigjiga town, capital of the Ethiopian Somali regional State on Tuesday February 14, 2017. “The day is unique as we are celebrating it with our heroes who managed to inflict heavy losses on the Islamist militant group al-Shabab,” Mulatu is quoted by the state-affiliated FBC to have said. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The day is unique as we are celebrating it with our heroes who managed to inflict heavy losses on the Islamist militant group al-Shabab. The President also awarded medals to the 13th Division 4th battalion for their strides in combating al-Shabab insurgents in Somalia. Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome awarded medals to Ethiopian soldiers who fought al-Shabaab militants at the Halgan battle in #Somalia.— Tesfalem Waldyes (@tesfalemw) February 14, 2017 The head of the Defense forces on his part said they were only discharging the constitutional mandate to protect the country from internal and external aggression. General Samora Yenus added that Ethiopian troops were also actively
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