Kuraasta Aqalka Hoose ee toddobaadkan la dooranayo oo la shaaciyey
The operation was carried out in Shaam-Garre, Raqaleey, Raydableey, Golole, Anoley and Gumeysidiid areas, all under Barire district in Awdheegle district of Lower Shabelle region.
MOGADISHU, Somalia - Somali forces have made advances on several fronts in the southern Lower Shabelle region, clearing militants from a key military command base, officials said.
The SNA forces retook control of Shaam-Garre, Raqaleey, Raydableey, Golole, Anoley, and Gumeysidiid areas, all under Barire and Awdheegle districts of the conflict-hit province near the capital.
Abdullahi Mustaf, a senior military official said the capture followed an operation by the Somali forces, noting there was no resistance as Al-Shabaab militants vacated the area following reports of troops' movement.
Awdheegle district and the nearby Barire have attacked several times by Al-Shabaab since the group lost the key area to Somali and African Union forces last year during a joint offensive.
Despite facing defeats on the battlefields and facing the U.S. airstrikes, the Al-Qaeda-linked group still controls large swathes of territory in the south and central Somalia.
Toddobaadkan gudihiisa ayaa lagu wadaa, in la qabto doorashada in ka badan 20 Kursi, oo ka tirsan Gollaha Shacabka, iyadoo maamulada qaar ay shaaciyeen kuraasta ay doorashadoodu dhaceyso.