Somalia: A Country Study
Library of Congress (Wash.). Federal Research Division, Library of Congress. Federal Research Division
The Division, 1993 - 282 pages
A researcher for Human Rights Watch describes the refugee camp in Dadaab, home to those fleeing civil war in Somalia, and highlights the life of various residents, including a former child soldier, a schoolgirl and a youth leader. --Publisher.
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THEIR ORIGINS MIGRATIONS
FROM INDEPENDENCE TO REVOLUTION
THE REVOLUTIONARY REGIME
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Professor Assefaw Bariagaber
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