African Force in Somalia Gets New Commander as Uganda Plans ExitBy and
Ugandan minister says nation wants to withdraw troops by 2018
Multinational force has seen cut in EU funding for salaries
A new commander took control of the African Union force battling al-Qaeda-linked militants in Somalia as Uganda said it wants to withdraw its troops from the war-torn nation by the end of next year.
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