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photo: Sven Torfinn Somalia, Kismayo, June 2007 Car is trying to drive through muddy part on dirt track somewhere in Southern Somalia, on its way to the border with Kenya. In the rainy season the south of Somalia is almost not accessible. Infrastructure,

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March 8, 2019

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