With much attention given to the evolving circumstances in Ukraine, perhaps it seems the wrong moment to remind that there are other wars going on:
Ethiopian and Somali government forces have seized a key town in central Somalia from the Islamist militant group al-Shabab, officials say.
At least 12 people were killed in heavy fighting for control of Rabdhure town in Bakol region, residents said.
The attack may signal the start of a new offensive against al-Shabab, according to a BBC reporter in Somalia.
Ethiopian troops are part of a 22,000-strong African Union (AU) force battling the militants in Somalia.
The BBC’s Mohamed Moalimu in the capital, Mogadishu, says the fall of Rabdhure is significant, as it was a major al-Shabab base for attacks across the region.
It would be the first town the group has lost since September, when Mahaday in central Somalia fell to AU-backed government forces.
There are always other wars going on.