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Operazione SOMALIA EXPRESS
There are almost 200 official countries in the world. But there are dozens more unrecognised nations determined to be independent. Simon Reeve set out to visit several of these lesser-known places. 1 - Somaliland In comparison to the anarchic, gun-filled streets of the Somali capital, Simon travels to the relative safety of the breakaway neighbour, Somaliland. Here he finds mass graves, a foreign minister who delivers babies and some of the oldest cave paintings in the world.
Somalia is a country that is known more for the conflict that has been going on for years. However, there are talents in the Horn of Africa nation. One such is a renowned comedian who is using his platform to nurture homegrown talent and bring back community integration. CGTN's Abdulaziz Billo brings us the report now from Mogadishu Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Window view from African Express Airways McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 5Y-AXF during takeoff from Mogadishu (MGQ), Somalia. Operating flight XU528 to Wajir (WJR) and Nairobi (NBO), Kenya on 13th June 2014. This aircraft was originally delivered in 1968 to Iberia.
Two explosions in the Somali capital of Mogadishu have left at least 17 people dead and at least 15 injured. It comes only two weeks after more than 350 people were killed in another explosion in the city. Mmala-habe Mot-sepe reports. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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Just a day after the government ordered the United Nations to close down Daadab refugee camp within three months, the refugees, who are mostly from Somalia, have expressed fears over their safety, once forcibly repatriated to the strife-torn Horn of Africa nation. The order by the government, comes slightly over a week after the brutal terror attack at the Garissa University College, in which 147 people died. As our reporter Yussuf Ibrahim reports from Daadab, most of the refugees are still not willing to return to Somalia and are asking the Kenyan government to reconsider its stand on the matter.
T/I: 10:01:00 DSSE1 10:18:36 DSSO American and Italian troops finally left the beaches of Mogadishu on Friday (3/3), bringing to an end the costly peacekeeping mission. The Marines on the beach had sporadic but intense fire-fights with Somalis positioned at the airport. Operation United Shield was proclaimed a success, however Somalis are left with no legitimate government and the continued prospect of civil war. SHOWS: MOGADISHU, SOMALIA, 3/3 ws airport buildings in distance u.s. marines observing somalis around buildings marine talking to somalis on megaphone marines around army vehicle marines firing at airport buildings hovercraft landing on beach vs of hovercraft moving on beach army vehicles driving onto hovercraft marine directing vehicle onto hovercraft ...
Here in the Somali capital Mogadishu, preparations are underway to celebrate the Islamic of holiday of Eid al-Fitr. Locals are shopping ahead of the big day. From clothes to latest fashion wear, toys to household goods, traders have filled their stores with hope of making a good sale during this festive season. To many, the run up to the Eid and the festive day itself provides a chance to express love for friends and family members. For days now, families have been flocking to Hamar Weyne and Bakara markets in Mogadishu to shop for their loved ones. The holiday is special to Muslims and is always marked after the end of a month long fasting period known as Ramadan where Muslims abstain from food from dawn to dusk.
More than any other country, Somalia is a nation of poets. Their culture revolves around poetry, an art form that remains significant as Somali refugees relocate throughout the world. Poets in Minneapolis and Columbus express the best of this tradition. Produced with Ka Joog and the Somali Museum of Minnesota.
"SHE HAD TO WALK 24 HOURS TO FIND WATER & FOOD, YET SHE IS GRATEFUL FOR HER LIFE!!! THE WORLD HAS SO MUCH TO LEARN FROM HER!!!" After Jerome, a French Vine and Snapchat star, read about the famine he set up a movement called Love Army For Somalia with the hope that social media pressure may be able to convince Turkish Airlines, the only company to fly to the African country, to use one flight to send a shipment of aid and food. The global movement has since with the help of 87,064 people donated a staggering $2,499,760 in 1 month. Social media like no other.
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