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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Nurto Yusuf
In parts of Somalia's capital, rubble-strewn lots that once served as sniper positions have been rebuilt into well-maintained homes, hotels and shopping plazas.
In parts of Somalia's capital, rubble-strewn lots that once served as sniper positions have been rebuilt into well-maintained homes, hotels and shopping plazas. Housing prices have doubled, or even gone up ten-fold.
'There is no prosperity'
"There is no protection, no housing," she said. "We are vulnerable to rape and hunger."