Somalia's Warring Sides Accuse Each Other Of Fueling The Unrest

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Fighting between militias in Somalia's central Galkayo city has killed at least 29 people. According to officials from both sides, another 50 more were wounded in the weekend fighting between Puntland and Galmudug regional forces. The commanders from both forces accused the other of sparking the violence.The disputed town, about 700 kilometres northeast of the capital Mogadishu, has seen repeated clashes in recent weeks. However Sunday's fighting is the deadliest yet and marked the collapse of a short-lived peace agreement between the two semi-autonomous Somali states. CCTV'S Abdul Aziz Billow gives us some updates on the clashes between these two regions.
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