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This picture taken on March 30, 2011 shows an Ahlususna Waljama -Sufi militiaman manning a position in the Howlwadag district of Mogadishu. Attacks Attacks by Al Qaeda-inspired rebels last year in Mogadishu had left the African peace force in a tight spot but the beefed up contingent has recently reclaimed the initiative in Somalia's capital.The 9,000-strong force of Ugandan and Burundian troops deployed to protect the ailing Somali transitional federal government (TFG) has over the past five months regained significant ground in central Mogadishu. AFP PHOTO/Will DAVIES (Photo credit should read WILL DAVIES/AFP/Getty Images)

This picture taken on March 30, 2011 shows an Ahlususna Waljama -Sufi militiaman manning a position in the Howlwadag district of Mogadishu. Attacks Attacks by Al Qaeda-inspired rebels last year in Mogadishu had left the African peace force in a tight spot but the beefed up contingent has recently reclaimed the initiative in Somalia's capital.The 9,000-strong force of Ugandan and Burundian troops deployed to protect the ailing Somali transitional federal government (TFG) has over the past five months regained significant ground in central Mogadishu.  AFP PHOTO/Will DAVIES (Photo credit should read WILL DAVIES/AFP/Getty Images)