Somalia and Ethiopia: Caught in a Quagmire

For most residents of Somalia’s capital Mogadishu, this has been a catastrophic year. The country’s longstanding crisis has moved into a new, chilling cycle of foreign intervention, relentless insurgency and brutal response. People who survived sixteen years of war, statelessness and ruthless warlords are fleeing.

The World Today Published 1 December 2007 Updated 15 October 2020 3 minute READ

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