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Arrests over Teacher Killings

At least 10 people have reportedly been detained in connection with the deaths of two British teachers in the horn of Africa. Headmaster Richard Eyeington, originally of Pelton Fell, County Durham and his wife Enid were killed last Monday by unidentified gunmen in Somalia’s self-declared republic of Somaliland. The president of the breakaway region, Dahir Riyaleh Kahin, was quoted as telling a local radio station the 13 suspects were mostly security guards at their school, Sheikh Secondary. On Friday Mr Kahin’s administration offered a $10,000 (£6,000) reward for information leading to the capture of the British couple’s killers. It also ordered foreigners without permits to leave within 45 days in a security crackdown following a series of high-profile killings. Full Story

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