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  • African Express DC-9-32 Takeoff from Mogadishu, Somalia - Window View

    Window view from African Express Airways McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 5Y-AXF during takeoff from Mogadishu (MGQ), Somalia. Operating flight XU528 to Wajir (WJR) and Nairobi (NBO), Kenya on 13th June 2014. This aircraft was originally delivered in 1968 to Iberia.
  • Dadaab Refugees Express Fear Of Returning To Somalia

    Just a day after the government ordered the United Nations to close down Daadab refugee camp within three months, the refugees, who are mostly from Somalia, have expressed fears over their safety, once forcibly repatriated to the strife-torn Horn of Africa nation. The order by the government, comes slightly over a week after the brutal terror attack at the Garissa University College, in which 147 people died. As our reporter Yussuf Ibrahim reports from Daadab, most of the refugees are still not willing to return to Somalia and are asking the Kenyan government to reconsider its stand on the matter.
  • Sports News Africa Express: AFCON teams prepare, Football Somalia and Togo Taekwondo

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  • Somalis react to summit, as regional players express hope for change

    Mogadishu, Somalia 1. Various of Mogadishu streets 2. Various set up shots of Mohamed Amin Abdi, a resident of Mogadishu buying goods at Bakara market. 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mohamed Amin Abdi, Mogadishu resident: ++AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ "Hopefully, I am very proud, this is the first time we had such a conference. I believe 70 percent will be positive,the world leaders are discussing Somalia now there is something we need to be proud of." 4. Various street scenes 5. SOUNDBITE: (Somali) Amina Hussein, shopkeeper at Bakara market: "I believe the conference will be positive and the outcome will be fruitful." 6. Mid of Hussein in her shop 7. Various of Mogadishu street scenes London, UK 8. Tilt down from exterior of Lancaster House, venue of Somalia conference, to Presi...
Operazione SOMALIA EXPRESS

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OPERAZIONE “SOMALIA EXPRESS”, ESEGUITI 13 FERMI

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African Express DC-9-32 Takeoff from Mogadishu, Somalia - Window View

African Express DC-9-32 Takeoff from Mogadishu, Somalia - Window View

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Window view from African Express Airways McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 5Y-AXF during takeoff from Mogadishu (MGQ), Somalia. Operating flight XU528 to Wajir (WJR) and Nairobi (NBO), Kenya on 13th June 2014. This aircraft was originally delivered in 1968 to Iberia.
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Dadaab Refugees Express Fear Of Returning To Somalia

Dadaab Refugees Express Fear Of Returning To Somalia

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Just a day after the government ordered the United Nations to close down Daadab refugee camp within three months, the refugees, who are mostly from Somalia, have expressed fears over their safety, once forcibly repatriated to the strife-torn Horn of Africa nation. The order by the government, comes slightly over a week after the brutal terror attack at the Garissa University College, in which 147 people died. As our reporter Yussuf Ibrahim reports from Daadab, most of the refugees are still not willing to return to Somalia and are asking the Kenyan government to reconsider its stand on the matter.
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Sports News Africa Express: AFCON teams prepare, Football Somalia and Togo Taekwondo

Sports News Africa Express: AFCON teams prepare, Football Somalia and Togo Taekwondo

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Somalis react to summit, as regional players express hope for change

Somalis react to summit, as regional players express hope for change

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Mogadishu, Somalia 1. Various of Mogadishu streets 2. Various set up shots of Mohamed Amin Abdi, a resident of Mogadishu buying goods at Bakara market. 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mohamed Amin Abdi, Mogadishu resident: ++AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ "Hopefully, I am very proud, this is the first time we had such a conference. I believe 70 percent will be positive,the world leaders are discussing Somalia now there is something we need to be proud of." 4. Various street scenes 5. SOUNDBITE: (Somali) Amina Hussein, shopkeeper at Bakara market: "I believe the conference will be positive and the outcome will be fruitful." 6. Mid of Hussein in her shop 7. Various of Mogadishu street scenes London, UK 8. Tilt down from exterior of Lancaster House, venue of Somalia conference, to President of Djibouti talking to media outside 9. Wide of Ismail Omar Guelleh, President of Djibouti, addressing journalists 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ismail Omar Guelleh, President of Djibouti: (responding to question on the conference's outcome and Somalia's future outlook) "A lot of things for Somali people, and this engagement - thanks to Prime Minister David Cameron - this engagement, this commitment that we are seeing (towards Somalia) is a very, very encouraging challenge." 11. Wide of Italian foreign minister Giuliomaria Terzi 12. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Giuliomaria Terzi, Italian foreign minister: "Today's conference represents an important moment for the stabilisation process in Somalia, first of all because we have agreed to put a time-limit to the transitory regime, to start building stable political institutions in the country." 13. Wide tilt down exterior of Lancaster House STORYLINE: As African and Western leaders gathered in a London conference to discuss the future of war torn Somalia on Thursday, residents of Mogadishu expressed optimism over their country's future. Life is slowly going back to normal on the streets of Mogadishu, as African Union peace-keepers regain control of parts of the Somali capital, reclaiming them from al-Shabab, an al-Qaida-linked insurgent group. Mohamed Amin Abdi, a resident of Mogadishu said that he was hopeful and proud that finally the world was taking a serious look at his country. Amina hussein, a shopkeeper at Bakara market, said that she believed that the outcome of the conference would be fruitful. Meanwhile, in London, world leaders pledged new help to Somalia to tackle militancy and piracy, but insisted that the troubled east African nation must quickly install a permanent government and threatened penalties against those who hamper political progress. British Prime Minister David Cameron, speaking after the one-day summit, said he hoped the conference would be a "turning point in achieving stability, greater security and greater prosperity for Somalia, for the region and for the world." President Ismail Omar Guelleh of Djibouti - one of Somalia's neighbours - said he was encouraged by what had been achieved during the conference. Italy's foreign minister Giuliomaria Terzi hailed the results of the conference as an important step on the road to restoring stability to the troubled East African nation. Somalia has had transitional administrations for the past seven years but has not had a functioning central government since 1991, when warlords overthrew a long-time dictator and turned on each other, plunging the impoverished Horn of Africa nation into chaos. The weak transitional government has been fighting against al-Shabab, which began as a movement to oust Ethiopian troops from Somalia some six years ago. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c98e699879d83ca062040e0938cfb431 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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