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The U.S. Should Sanction Somalia’s President for Human Trafficking

For too long, the State Department has given Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed a free pass.

That should end.

The parents began gathering in Mogadishu’s streets on Jan. 20. Soon, reports began trickling in about similar protests in other towns and cities across the country.

  • Michael Rubin
  • The National Interest

The spark was an acknowledgment made by Abdisalan Yusuf Guled, the former deputy head of Somalia’s National Intelligence and Security Agency, on Jan. 18 that 370 Somali soldiers…

The head of the Somali parliament’s foreign affairs committee asked Somali president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed “Farmaajo” to…

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