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Last updated: 10 July, 2006 - Published 12:29 GMT
 
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The big interview
 
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Ali Mohammed Ghedi

As the United Nations security council prepares to discuss the situation in Somalia - recent fighting in Mogadishu underlines the fact that things are far from stable.

There is supposed to be a ceasefire agreement between the Islamic Courts Union and the Transitional Federal Government - that was brokered by the Arab League in Khartoum nearly three weeks ago - and discussions are due to resume later this week.

But since the original deal there appears to be a new leadership in charge of the courts. So what does the government make of what's going on now?

Damian Zane called up the prime minister in Baidoa - Ali Mohammed Ghedi

 
 
Ali Mohammed Ghedi (afp/getty images)Focus Profile
Hassan Barise on Somali PM Ali Mohammed Ghedi
 
 
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