Hunting the Islamic Courts on the Kenyan Border Read more: http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2007/01/hunting_on_the_kenya.php#ixzz1SJpV99ln

Ethiopian armored an air formations continue to pursue the remnants of the Islamic Courts army that has fled the battlefield in southern Somalia. Fighting has been reported near the Kenyan border town of Liboi, where Ethiopian MiGs and Hind helicopters are said to be attacking Islamic Courts fighters. Yesterday, Ethiopian helicopters fired rockets across the Kenyan border after misidentifying the target. No casualties were reported, and the Kenyan government moved armor into the region. We noted on December 30th that as the fighting moves to the Kenyan border, the chance of cross border incidents will increase. In the town of Jilib, the scene of an intense yet brief battle before Kismayo was abandoned, two Ethiopian soldiers were killed after an Islamic Courts fighter fired on a group of soldiers.

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