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Rebuilding Mogadishu

In the 1960s, the port of Mogadishu was a major transit route for European traders. In 1991, it was shut down after war broke out, and since then, the government's been trying to encourage international investors to help rebuild the hub. As Adesewa Josh reports, the plan may finally be paying off. #Mogadishu #Somalia

Mogadishu Exhibition: Students recreate war-torn Somali capital

Mogadishu Exhibition: Students recreate war-torn Somali capital

Somalia Blast: Huge explosion in market in Somalia's capital

Somalia Blast: Huge explosion in market in Somalia's capital

How Turkey is helping Somalia recover

How Turkey is helping Somalia recover

Somalia Blast: At least 15 dead in Mogadishu attack

Somalia Blast: At least 15 dead in Mogadishu attack

Davos meeting to be held online for second time due to pandemic

Davos meeting to be held online for second time due to pandemic

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Ukraine

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Ukraine

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