• Video arrestati operazione "Somalia Express"

    Video arrestati operazione "Somalia Express"

    published: 11 May 2016
  • Operazione SOMALIA EXPRESS

    Operazione SOMALIA EXPRESS

    published: 11 May 2016
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    Operazione Somalia Express blitz Squadra Mobile Catania

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  • OPERAZIONE “SOMALIA EXPRESS”, ESEGUITI 13 FERMI

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  • Somalis express relief at signs of stability

    1. Various of Kenyan army soldiers and Transitional Government of Somalia soldiers 2. Various of Kenyan army soldiers and Transitional Government of Somalia soldiers off-loading relief food from truck 3. Wide of Ali Fatuma Omar, a mother of eight, receiving food aid from Kenyan army soldier 4. Close-up of relief food being poured into a sack 5. Wide of Ali Fatuma Omar going home after receiving food aid 6. SOUNDBITE: (Somali) Ali Fatuma Omar, 36-year-old mother of eight: "I am very happy that I have received some food. We're also getting medication - I'm happy that peace is finally coming back to Somalia." 7. Wide of Ali Fatuma Omar going home after receiving food aid 8. Wide of civilians outside makeshift clinic set up by Kenyan army soldiers 9. Mid of mother Osen Abdi wi...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • 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.

    published: 12 Apr 2015
  • Somali youth express satisfaction with the ongoing electoral process - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

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    published: 07 Dec 2016
Video arrestati operazione "Somalia Express"

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Operazione SOMALIA EXPRESS

Operazione SOMALIA EXPRESS

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Operazione Somalia Express

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Operazione Somalia Express blitz Squadra Mobile Catania

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OPERAZIONE “SOMALIA EXPRESS”, ESEGUITI 13 FERMI

OPERAZIONE “SOMALIA EXPRESS”, ESEGUITI 13 FERMI

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Somalis express relief at signs of stability

Somalis express relief at signs of stability

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  • Updated: 30 Jul 2015
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1. Various of Kenyan army soldiers and Transitional Government of Somalia soldiers 2. Various of Kenyan army soldiers and Transitional Government of Somalia soldiers off-loading relief food from truck 3. Wide of Ali Fatuma Omar, a mother of eight, receiving food aid from Kenyan army soldier 4. Close-up of relief food being poured into a sack 5. Wide of Ali Fatuma Omar going home after receiving food aid 6. SOUNDBITE: (Somali) Ali Fatuma Omar, 36-year-old mother of eight: "I am very happy that I have received some food. We're also getting medication - I'm happy that peace is finally coming back to Somalia." 7. Wide of Ali Fatuma Omar going home after receiving food aid 8. Wide of civilians outside makeshift clinic set up by Kenyan army soldiers 9. Mid of mother Osen Abdi with her two children outside makeshift clinic set up by Kenya Army soldiers 10. SOUNDBITE: (Swahili) Osen Abdi, 35-year-old mother of six: "We've come here looking for medication because we're suffering from a lot of ailments. I've come here with my children for medication. We're now seeing that the Kenyans have come to help us with medication and we urge them to continue." 11. Mid of children 12. Wide of Osen Abdi with her two children inside clinic 13. Mid of Major Saif Rashid, Kenyan army 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Major Saif Rashid, Kenyan army: "The incidents are basically across the creek, where al-Shabab attempt to try to cross over, so that they can cause some sort of insecurity, like attacks on the town or place here. But all of what they've been doing, we've kept them in check and we have been able to repel any such activities." 15. Various of anti aircraft machine guns 16. Wide of Kenyan army soldiers driving armoured vehicles STORYLINE: Somalis in the small seaside town of Bur Garbo have been left dependent on the Kenyan military for handouts, after soldiers arrived at the town in pursuit of al-Qaida-linked militants months ago. On Wednesday, the Kenyan soldiers unloaded dozens of bags of rice tea and women came forward with plastic bags to collect their rations. They expressed relief at signs of improved stability in the area. Ali Fatuma Omar, a 36-year-old mother of eight, said she was happy to have access to food and medication. "I'm happy that peace is finally coming back to Somalia," she said. And Osen Abdi, a 35-year-old mother of six, also reacted positively. "We're now seeing that the Kenyans have come to help us with medication and we urge them to continue," she said as she waited with her children outside a makeshift clinic. Kenya sent troops into Somalia last October after a string of kidnappings and attacks on Kenyan soil. They have worried for years that insecurity in Somalia could spill across into northern Kenya. The kidnappings have provided sufficient reason to cross the border and advance into al-Shabab territory alongside a Somali militia, largely trained and recruited by the Kenyans. A combination of rain and politics has temporarily halted their advance and, for now, Bur Garbo is as far as they have pushed along the coast. Major Saif Rashid, of the Kenyan army said that al-Shabab aim to "cause some sort of insecurity, like attacks on the town here." But he went on to explain the Kenyan army have been able to resist: "we've kept them in check and we have been able to repel any such activities." Residents in Bur Garbo earn what they can from fishing or selling charcoal to Arab traders at around two dollars per bag. Many Kenyan soldiers expressed their frustration that international aid agencies were not quicker to move into areas declared safe. The need is immediate and overwhelming, and the Kenyan military is not equipped to cope. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ee7a50c8291e45d22ef7652df36744c8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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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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Somali youth express satisfaction with the ongoing electoral process - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

Somali youth express satisfaction with the ongoing electoral process - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

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