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John Prendergast and Colin Thomas-Jensen

Getting it wrong in Somalia, again

By John Prendergast and Colin Thomas-Jensen
November 29, 2006

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ALREADY NOTORIOUS as the world's only state without a functioning government, Somalia may be about to deteriorate even further. The country is rapidly sliding back toward war. As an Islamist militia, the Council of Somali Islamic Courts, consolidates control over large swathes of southern Somalia, neighboring Ethiopia has sent thousands of troops over the border, and both sides are preparing ... (Full article: 894 words)

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