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Somalia’s Capital Sees Uptick in Violence

Somalia’s Capital Sees Uptick in Violence

For more than a decade, Mogadishu has struggled against Islamist al-Shabab militants. Somali authorities say attacks tripled in March, with 15 bombings in just a week’s time. Authorities responded with additional checkpoints, improving security but making work difficult for the city’s thousands of tuktuk taxi drivers. Mohamed Sheikh Nor reports from Mogadishu- VOA NEWS

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