(BBC) - Residents of Somalia's capital Mogadishu are continuing to flee the city after the latest heavy fighting.
The UN says 100,000 people have left in the last two weeks to escape clashes between Ethiopian soldiers and Islamist militants.
An outburst of fighting this week has killed at least 80 people, many of them civilians, say Mogadishu residents.
Ethiopian troops are in Somalia supporting Somalia's weak, interim government against the insurgents.
Mogadishu's hospitals are packed with wounded and refugees from the fighting, and are reported to be running low on supplies of food and water.