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Ugandan Soldier Wounded in Grenade Explosion
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Mogadishu, 24 October 2007 - At least one of Ugandan peacekeeping forces in Somalia has been injured after unidentified armed men hurled two hand grenades on a Ugandan base at Km4 intersection in the capital Mogadishu, on Wednesday afternoon.

According to Paddy Ankunda, the AU mission's spokesman, one of their soldiers received minor injures in the grenade attack.

A Shabelle correspondent, Hassan Kalkata asked Mr. Paddy if he knows who carried out the grenade attack against their soldiers, Mr. Akunda replied "no, we are still investigating,"

Three Ugandan peacekeepers were injured by mortar shells in Mogadishu yesterday evening as they guarded the Somali capital's seaport, the spokesman for the African Union (AU) force said.

Meanwhile, three Ugandan African Union (AU) troops were flown to a hospital in the Kenyan capital Nairobi on Wednesday after their base at Mogadishu's port was shelled Tuesday, said Paddy Ankunda, the AU mission's spokesman.

According to Jamac sheik, a local resident, one civilian has also been injured in the grenade attack.

Ugandan sent, at least 200 peacekeeping soldiers to Somalia.

The Chief of Defence Forces, Gen. Aronda Nyakairima, confirmed that Uganda would maintain its force in Mogadishu.

"We will stay the course. We will wait for either the AU to complete its deployment or the UN to take over in six months."

Source: Shabelle Media Network

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