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Underreported: Intervention in Somalia

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Recently Kenyan forces invaded Somalia in a bid to fight the militant group Al-Shaabab. The United States has also been heavily involved in the country in recent years— allegedly establishing CIA bases, carrying out drone strikes, and providing funding for militants. The Nation’s Jeremy Scahill looks at the political situation in Somalia and the history of recent interventions in the war-torn and famine wracked country.

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Comments [1]

Fuva from Harlemworld

More collateral damage from the Bush administration.
So, we're contemplating intervention in Somalia to clean up the mess created by...intervention in Somalia.

Oct. 27 2011 01:50 PM

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