At least five people were killed and 15 wounded Thursday in fighting between rival Somali militia groups over a town near the border with Ethiopia, local elders and witnesses told foreign news agency. The fighting erupted when militiamen loyal to the Sufi religious group Ahlu Sunna wal Jamaa launched an attack to wrest control of the town of Dhusamareb back from the hardline Islamist group Al-Shebab. "We saw five people killed in the clashes and 15 others who were wounded. It seems most of the victims are combatants," local elder Abdullahi Adan Hussein said by phone from the town.