Fowsia Musse returns to Maine after being shot in Ethiopia

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Nov. 24 (Reuters) - Fowsia Musse, executive director of Maine Community Integration in Lewiston, has returned to Maine with her two youngest children after suffering gunshot wounds and a leg amputation in Ethiopia in late October.
Musse is still receiving medical treatment but her condition is improving, according to a GoFundMe update by her daughter Shadia Abdulahi on Wednesday.
"She is much better than before and now we are working to find further medical accommodation for her," she wrote. "My brother and sister are doing great and they are all so thankful for you guys!!!"
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Earlier last week, Musse was transported to Maine from the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa by ambulance funded in part by a GoFundMe fundraiser that had raised more than $142,000 as of midday Wednesday.
Musse and her sister Juweria Subcis, a member of the Somali Regional State Parliament in Ethiopia, who had recently visited Lewiston, were shot dead by a member of the Federal Police at Jigjiga's Garaad Wiil-waal Airport on 25 October. Subcis died at the scene.
Musse and a regional cabinet official, Abdirashid Mohammed, were seriously injured in the shooting. Musse's 14-year-old son was also among the injured, while her 8-year-old daughter was unharmed.
According to the Addis Standard, the shooting was premeditated, but the circumstances remain a mystery.
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The trip to Ethiopia marked Musse's first return to the region, having arrived in the United States in 1993 at the age of 12. Musse's mother, who last saw her 27 years ago, was recently diagnosed with sarcoma, a type of cancer of the bones and soft tissues. Musse had planned to visit her and other family members during her time in Ethiopia.

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