Ethiopian troops apparently have rolled in again and taken over an airport. If you don't understand how this is significant militarily, let me inform you that Ethiopia actually has an air force. They may be establishing a forward air base for sustained air operations against the Somalis, plus which it works well as a logistical coordination center. Troops could be flown in instead of having to drive all the way there.
Eyewitnesses say about 200 Ethiopian soldiers took control of the airstrip outside Waajid early on Saturday.
There is no confirmation from either the Ethiopian or the Somali government.
This still has not led to widespread fighting. As a matter of fact, we don't know if there's been any fighting at all.
The town had been controlled by a local militia. It is unclear whether there was any fighting.
The Somalis are evidently not so stupid as to think they should just start making war on the Ethiopians. As I said before, they'd get whipped. Thoroughly. So they may have other plans. It remains to be seen, though, what Ethiopia is going to do. Are they going to send more forces in? A few hundred men is not a significant number when they could surely send 10,000 across the border in a matter of days. Or is this just a show of support for the TNG? If they are merely keeping the status quo, will the SICC back off and accept the TNG as part of a legitimate government? We just don't know right now, so check back as the story develops.