Nasty woman in mogadishu

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Believe it or not, this disaster of a city, the capital of Somalia, still gets a few commercial flights. The wreckage of a Russian cargo plane shot down in still lies crumpled at the end of the runway. Somalia has been ripped apart by violence since the central government imploded in Eighteen years and 14 failed attempts at a government later, the killing goes on and on and on — suicide bombs, white phosphorus bombs, beheadings, medieval-style stonings, teenage troops high on the local drug called khat blasting away at each other and anything in between.

A Violent Prone, Poor People Zone

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It was part of the broader Somali Civil War , which had intensified since and threatened famine; the UN had become engaged to provide food aid, but eventually shifted their mission to establish democracy and restore a secure government. Standing in the way was Aidid, who refused to cooperate with the UN. The American Task Force Ranger was dispatched to seize two of Aidid's high-echelon lieutenants during a meeting in the city. The goal of the operation was achieved, although it was a pyrrhic victory and conditions spiraled into the deadly Battle of Mogadishu. The initial operation of 3 October , intended to last an hour, became an overnight standoff and rescue operation extending into the daylight hours of 4 October

Battle of Mogadishu (1993)

Whenever things get particularly bad in Mogadishu, Somalia, I hear from Abdi. I recognize his emails immediately. Abdi includes the weather in his combat bulletins. Top of the morning to you mister Paul.
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