Stability under threat in Mogadishu

Two years after al-Shabab left Somali capital, assassinations and suicide bombings are on the rise.

Last Modified: 06 Aug 2013 19:13
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Two years after fighters from al-Shabab left Mogadishu, security in the Somali capital is again under threat.

It follows a period of relative stability that saw many Somalis return home to rebuild the war-ravaged city.

Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports.


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