• How secure is Somalia’s Mogadishu airport ?

    Stringent security measures have been put in place at Aden Abdulle International Airport in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, where a Djibouti-bound plane was punched a large hole in its fuselage by a blast earlier this year. The measures include a round-the-clock security surveillance system, physical checkpoints, electronic detection systems and rigorous passenger luggage and cargo screening. Sniffer dogs will also be used and firearms completely banned within airport premises. In March, Aden Abdulle International Airport recorded the arrival of some 7,800 international passengers and over 5,500 international departures.

    published: 03 May 2016
  • Chinese Firm Rebuilds Somali International Airport

    The Bosaso International Airport in Somalia, constructed by China Civil Engineering and Construction Company( CCECC), was officially open for business.

    published: 14 Jan 2016
  • Somali plane bombing: Suspect used laptop bomb handed to him by airport workers - TomoNews

    MOGADISHU, SOMALIA — Officials believe the mid-flight blast on a Somali passenger plane bound for Djibouti may have been caused by a bomb concealed inside a laptop. Somali intelligence authorities on Sunday released security footage showing two workers at a Mogadishu airport holding what appears to be a laptop, while scouring a waiting area. Suspected bomber Abdullahi Abdisalam Borleh walks into frame seconds later, limping slightly as he goes. The two airport workers approach him, and as one in an orange vest walks past, his companion hands off the laptop to the suspect. Borleh, a Somali national, carried the explosive device onto the Daallo Airlines jet, detonating it fifteen minutes after takeoff, according to the Associated Press. The resulting explosion blew a hole near the right w...

    published: 08 Feb 2016
  • Somali Official Busted by Australian Authorities

    Just how complicated are the Somali People? Australian Authorities Harassed and Humiliated a drunk Somali Official. They said to him "you are nothing" and "very unlikely to amount into anything in life" just like the rest of Somali Government Officials. Somali People are from Somalia, Somaliland, Djibouti, Ogadenia (Ogaden - Dawlada Deeganka with ina iley), or even Mogadishu (where the office of the president - Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya - is located, Villa Somalia). Most Somali travelers arrive at the airport with Large Packages & Boxes (rather than shipping parcels overseas so cheap with FedEx international). In general, Somali People book their Flights (and cheap Hotels) online with no booking Fees (just because they are Somalians).

    published: 22 Mar 2013
  • Kismayo Airport Marshaller - Kismayo #Somalia |HD

    DATELINE: 4th of JANUARY 2014 KISMAAYO, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. Med shot, the marshaller he from inside the room he is going outside 2. Wide shot, the marshaller walking in the village, which is few meters away from the main entrance of the airport. 3. Med shot, the marshaller entering the airport. 4. Wide shot, inside airport and migration and ladder of the airplane and the marshaller 5. Close shot, the face of the marshaller 6. Med shot, the marshaller he standing on the slander 7. Close shot, the marshaller with his equipments. 8. Med shot, the marshaller instructs the pilots where to park the aircraft 9. Med shot, directing the pilot to stop at one of the parking of the, Kismayo airport has six aprons. 10. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Mohamed Adan the marshaller I have been working here...

    published: 30 Mar 2014
  • Furitaanki Bossaso International Airport - Puntland, Somalia

    "Boqolkiiba boqol Puntland horumarto dowlad buuxda weeye calanbaa u balbala --MashaAllah--. Ku barye Allow wax burburiya iyo balaayada ka dhowr --Amiiin--." Mirahan baa ducadiiba soo koobay. Adna 'amiinta' ha la bakheylin :)

    published: 02 Feb 2016
  • Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia '' Completely New Look''

    The biggest and the most busiest airport in Horn of Africa, this is a Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia By Salmaan Jamaal Said of Universal tv .................................................................. Join Us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Follow us on twitter @ https://twitter.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Email: abdiaskaritube@gmail.com ………………………………………………… Subscribe to our channels to keep up to date with All the latest news and updates, Our Larger Channel …https://www.youtube.com/user/joorre123 Our new Channel …. https://www.youtube.com/user/ABDIASKAMEDIA

    published: 18 Dec 2014
  • Adan Ade Airport Welcomed Air #Uganda First Flight to #Somalia - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

    DATELINE: JULY 8, 2013 - MOGADISHU, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. WIDE SHOT, ADEN ABDULLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2. MEDIUM SHOT, SIGN READING 'ADEN ADDE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT' 3. MEDIUM SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER BEING HUNG 4. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER 5. MEDIUM SHOT, OFFICIALS AT THE AIRPORT 6. MEDIUM SHOT, WIND SOCK ON RUNWAY 7. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE LANDING 8. CLOSE UP SHOT, FACE OF FIREFIGHTER MANNING WATER CANNON 9. MEDIUM SHOT, WATER CANNON 10. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE TAXIING THROUGH WATER BEING SPRAYED BY FIREFIGHTERS 11. MEDUM SHOT, AIRCRAFT PASSING THROUGH WATER 12. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE 13. WIDE SHOT, JOURNALISTS AND OFFICIALS RECEIVING PLANE 14. MEDIUM SHOT, UGANDAN DEPUTY AMBASSADOR TO SOMALIA, NATHAN MUGISHA DISEMBARKING FROM AIRCRAFT 15. MEDIUM S...

    published: 02 Apr 2014
  • Dhismaha Cusub ee Muqdisho Airport 2015-2019

    Nishqada Cusub ee Aadan cade Airport Dhismaha la Bilaabi Doonaa 2015-2019

    published: 14 Sep 2014
  • Madaarka Adan Cade ee Muqdisho ✈ 2015

    Emirates oo caga dhiganaysa garoonka calamiga ee aadan cabdulle muqdisho-daawasho wacan

    published: 10 Mar 2013
  • New Terminal in Mogadishu,Somalia Airport Jan 2015 Adan Cade International Airport

    New Terminal in Mogadishu Airport, opened by Turkish President, Somali President

    published: 24 Jan 2015
  • Fatumo och Stefan på Boosaaso military airport

    En liten rapport från vår Somaliaresa 2015

    published: 22 Sep 2015
  • Muscat International Airport Work Continues On Schedule

    Construction of the new Muscat International Airport continues on schedule, as the airport is expected to open as early as next year. The new terminal will be able to handle 12 million passengers per year, with a 118 check-in counters for domestic and international flights. At least seven people, including two attackers, were killed in a suicide bomb on Somalia's Criminal Investigation Department headquarters on Sunday. Last Tuesday, 13 people were killed when the group attacked the gate of the African Union's main peacekeeper's base. The government of Dahira hosted the social week recently with the aim to spread the culture of voluntary work among society members. Amongst the activities was the cleaning campaign in which the youth worked for 3 continuous days to remove wastes and clean pu...

    published: 31 Jul 2016
  • Turkish Airlines at aden adde international airport mogadishu

    published: 13 Sep 2016
  • BEAUTIFUL AIRPORT

    Landing in One of the Most Breath Taking Airports in World Mogadishu,Somalia.

    published: 22 Oct 2015
  • He's accused of war crimes in Somalia Now he works security at a U S airport

    An accused war criminal living in the United States is now working as a security guard at Dulles International Airport near Washington, DC. A CNN investigation found that Yusuf Abdi Ali, who is accused of committing atrocities while he was a military commander during Somalia's brutal civil war, has been living a quiet life near the nation's capital for about 20 years. He is just one of more than 1,000 accused war criminals living and working in the United States.In a shallow pit in northern Somalia, forensic anthropologists have been delicately digging around battered bones that were recently found in numerous mass graves. They're the remains of a clan slaughtered during the war in the 1980s, alleged evidence of the brutality carried out by the government regime in power at the time. Led ...

    published: 02 Jun 2016
How secure is Somalia’s Mogadishu airport ?

How secure is Somalia’s Mogadishu airport ?

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Stringent security measures have been put in place at Aden Abdulle International Airport in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, where a Djibouti-bound plane was punched a large hole in its fuselage by a blast earlier this year. The measures include a round-the-clock security surveillance system, physical checkpoints, electronic detection systems and rigorous passenger luggage and cargo screening. Sniffer dogs will also be used and firearms completely banned within airport premises. In March, Aden Abdulle International Airport recorded the arrival of some 7,800 international passengers and over 5,500 international departures.
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Chinese Firm Rebuilds Somali International Airport

Chinese Firm Rebuilds Somali International Airport

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The Bosaso International Airport in Somalia, constructed by China Civil Engineering and Construction Company( CCECC), was officially open for business.
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Somali plane bombing: Suspect used laptop bomb handed to him by airport workers - TomoNews

Somali plane bombing: Suspect used laptop bomb handed to him by airport workers - TomoNews

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MOGADISHU, SOMALIA — Officials believe the mid-flight blast on a Somali passenger plane bound for Djibouti may have been caused by a bomb concealed inside a laptop. Somali intelligence authorities on Sunday released security footage showing two workers at a Mogadishu airport holding what appears to be a laptop, while scouring a waiting area. Suspected bomber Abdullahi Abdisalam Borleh walks into frame seconds later, limping slightly as he goes. The two airport workers approach him, and as one in an orange vest walks past, his companion hands off the laptop to the suspect. Borleh, a Somali national, carried the explosive device onto the Daallo Airlines jet, detonating it fifteen minutes after takeoff, according to the Associated Press. The resulting explosion blew a hole near the right wing that sucked Borleh out of the aircraft, killing him. Passengers were moved to the front and rear of the plane following the blast. Two people were reportedly injured in the explosion. The plane was forced to turn back and made an emergency landing at Mogadishu. According to the pilot, the explosion occurred at 11,000 feet, but would have been more devastating had the bomb gone off at a higher altitude. CNN reports that the attack is believed to have been instigated by Islamic extremist group al-Shabab, though officials have yet to determine whether Borleh was a direct member. At least 20 people have been arrested in connection with the bombing, including the two airport workers seen delivering the explosive laptop to the suspect. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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Somali Official Busted by Australian Authorities

Somali Official Busted by Australian Authorities

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Just how complicated are the Somali People? Australian Authorities Harassed and Humiliated a drunk Somali Official. They said to him "you are nothing" and "very unlikely to amount into anything in life" just like the rest of Somali Government Officials. Somali People are from Somalia, Somaliland, Djibouti, Ogadenia (Ogaden - Dawlada Deeganka with ina iley), or even Mogadishu (where the office of the president - Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya - is located, Villa Somalia). Most Somali travelers arrive at the airport with Large Packages & Boxes (rather than shipping parcels overseas so cheap with FedEx international). In general, Somali People book their Flights (and cheap Hotels) online with no booking Fees (just because they are Somalians).
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Kismayo Airport Marshaller - Kismayo #Somalia |HD

Kismayo Airport Marshaller - Kismayo #Somalia |HD

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DATELINE: 4th of JANUARY 2014 KISMAAYO, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. Med shot, the marshaller he from inside the room he is going outside 2. Wide shot, the marshaller walking in the village, which is few meters away from the main entrance of the airport. 3. Med shot, the marshaller entering the airport. 4. Wide shot, inside airport and migration and ladder of the airplane and the marshaller 5. Close shot, the face of the marshaller 6. Med shot, the marshaller he standing on the slander 7. Close shot, the marshaller with his equipments. 8. Med shot, the marshaller instructs the pilots where to park the aircraft 9. Med shot, directing the pilot to stop at one of the parking of the, Kismayo airport has six aprons. 10. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Mohamed Adan the marshaller I have been working here for the last twenty three years. After the civil war in the country. 11. Med shot, the marshaller standing behind the ladder and people walking behind him. 12. Close shot, the marshaller standing on the slander of the aircraft and people going inside the aircraft 13. Wide shot, UN aircraft coming to apron. 14. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Mohamed Adan the marshaller "I'm requesting better equipments and skills from the international community. Because we don't have stable government that can help us. 15. wide shot, Kismayo airport and UN aircraft 16. Med shot, UN airplane 22. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Abdi nor Kadiye "."Aden Mohamed Aden AKA canto who was working in this airport for a long period of time. He is hardworking and polite. Since we have started our flight operations in Kismayo airport, Aden collaborated with us and we really appreciate for all what has done for us. 23. Wide shot, the view of the airport and people going outside Story It's a bright morning in Kismayo, a port city in southern Somalia. Adan Mohamed slowly emerges from a mud-walled house, his orange reflector vest clashing with the determined sun. It's another working day, similar to the last 30 years he has worked as an airport marshaller at the Kismayo airport. "A marshaller is someone who guides the aircraft when it lands and leads it to the docking area," explains the father of four who handles an average of fourteen flights a week. Adan is the only employee at the Kismayo airport. Officially, there's no employee, following Somalia's descent into anarchy and civil war, the civil aviation authority was rendered useless and staff fled the airport. But not Adan, he chose to stick there and in the two decades of incessant violence, he has single-handedly run the operations at the airport. While the runway is intact, the airport, which is now overseen by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), other facilities at the airport can be described as basic at best. "There are challenges," he says. "That is expected because this is a country that has been without law and order for a long time." As a commercial carrier taxies off the runway to the terminal, Adan quickly employs his wooden paddles-he had to fashion out a solution due to the lack of equipment-and skillfully gestures methodically until the plane comes to a halt. The passengers begin descending and quickly rush into the terminal; few bother to look in the way of the man who just helped them arrive safely. Adan is used to such indifference. He's seen worse. In more than twenty years, the airport has changed hands from clan militias to the Al Shabaab, to rag-tag government aligned forces before the city was finally liberated. The airport is now under the custody of the Interim Jubba Administration and over the coming months, the responsibility will be handed over to the Somali Federal Government. There is hope then that the airport, often overshadowed by the city's famous port will finally receive some attention and care. Against this backdrop, Adan nonchalantly carries out his work but there's little he can do to conceal his passion. He has continued working without pay since the collapse of the central government. "It is what I studied. Anyone who is trained for a profession loves that profession and even if there are challenges, the passion is still there. I have been here for so long and I've persevered because I love my job," says Adan.
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Furitaanki Bossaso International Airport - Puntland, Somalia

Furitaanki Bossaso International Airport - Puntland, Somalia

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  • Updated: 02 Feb 2016
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"Boqolkiiba boqol Puntland horumarto dowlad buuxda weeye calanbaa u balbala --MashaAllah--. Ku barye Allow wax burburiya iyo balaayada ka dhowr --Amiiin--." Mirahan baa ducadiiba soo koobay. Adna 'amiinta' ha la bakheylin :)
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Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia '' Completely New Look''

Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia '' Completely New Look''

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2014
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The biggest and the most busiest airport in Horn of Africa, this is a Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia By Salmaan Jamaal Said of Universal tv .................................................................. Join Us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Follow us on twitter @ https://twitter.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Email: abdiaskaritube@gmail.com ………………………………………………… Subscribe to our channels to keep up to date with All the latest news and updates, Our Larger Channel …https://www.youtube.com/user/joorre123 Our new Channel …. https://www.youtube.com/user/ABDIASKAMEDIA
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Adan Ade Airport Welcomed Air #Uganda First Flight to #Somalia - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

Adan Ade Airport Welcomed Air #Uganda First Flight to #Somalia - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

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DATELINE: JULY 8, 2013 - MOGADISHU, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. WIDE SHOT, ADEN ABDULLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2. MEDIUM SHOT, SIGN READING 'ADEN ADDE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT' 3. MEDIUM SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER BEING HUNG 4. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER 5. MEDIUM SHOT, OFFICIALS AT THE AIRPORT 6. MEDIUM SHOT, WIND SOCK ON RUNWAY 7. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE LANDING 8. CLOSE UP SHOT, FACE OF FIREFIGHTER MANNING WATER CANNON 9. MEDIUM SHOT, WATER CANNON 10. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE TAXIING THROUGH WATER BEING SPRAYED BY FIREFIGHTERS 11. MEDUM SHOT, AIRCRAFT PASSING THROUGH WATER 12. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE 13. WIDE SHOT, JOURNALISTS AND OFFICIALS RECEIVING PLANE 14. MEDIUM SHOT, UGANDAN DEPUTY AMBASSADOR TO SOMALIA, NATHAN MUGISHA DISEMBARKING FROM AIRCRAFT 15. MEDIUM SHOT, DEPUTY AMBASSADOR MUGISHA BEING WELCOMED BY AMISOM UGANDAN CONTINGENT COMMANDER BRIGADIER GENERAL MICHAEL ONDOGA 16. WIDE SHOT, PASSENGERS DISEMBARKING 17. MEDIUM SHOT, DEPUTY AMBASSADOR MUGISHA AND MOGADISHU MAYOR MOHAMED NUR STORY: The wheels of an inaugural Air Uganda flight touched down in Somalia at about 8 a.m. local time today (July 8). The maiden voyage from Kampala to Mogadishu this morning, makes Uganda's premier airline the latest carrier to invest in Somalia's economic recovery, with the three weekly flights it has announced. African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) firefighters stationed at the Aden Abdulle International Airport welcomed the jet with the 'water cannon salute' they give to all airlines on their maiden voyage to Mogadishu. Aden Abdulle International Airport, located in the seaside capital, has recording a sharp increase in travellers and air traffic thanks to the relative calm that has returned to the city and other parts of the country over the last two years. Extremist group al Shabaab were forced out by sustained operations by the Somali National Army (SNA) supported by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). During Somalia's conflict years, the only aircrafts that ventured its sky's were those hired by daring businessmen - protected by local warlords - to bring in khat -- a plant grown in neighboring Kenya and Ethiopia that has a stimulating effect when chewed. Somalia's Minister of Information recently announced that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) had removed the airport from the 'Zone 5' list of airports deemed to pose a security risk to aircraft, crew and passengers. Air Uganda's managers say they're targeting Somali travellers, government officials, military personnel and a growing number of entrepreneurs from around the region who are keen on seeking opportunities in the country after two decades of war. The Deputy Ugandan Ambassador to Somalia, Nathan Mugisha, was onboard the flight. "After sweating, after shedding blood and then followed by this, it's an illustration that there is peace, and peace is going to be maintained, and this is going to reduce time for Somalis and the Ugandans who want to come here and this will help to cement our relationship further, and will promote communication between the people, business, goods and so life will be greatly improved," he said. In March last year, international carrier Turkish Airlines began twice weekly flights between the Turkish capital Ankara and Mogadishu. "This is the second international airline that comes to Mogadishu, the first is Turkish airline, the second African airline is Air Uganda, the others are local airlines. This is a very good day for Mogadishu, it's very good day for the Mogadishu travellers," said Mogadishu mayor Mohamed Nur shortly after receiving the landmark flight. Several private airlines based in East Africa, including Kenya-based Afr
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Dhismaha Cusub ee Muqdisho Airport 2015-2019

Dhismaha Cusub ee Muqdisho Airport 2015-2019

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  • Updated: 14 Sep 2014
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Nishqada Cusub ee Aadan cade Airport Dhismaha la Bilaabi Doonaa 2015-2019
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Madaarka Adan Cade ee Muqdisho ✈ 2015

Madaarka Adan Cade ee Muqdisho ✈ 2015

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  • Updated: 10 Mar 2013
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Emirates oo caga dhiganaysa garoonka calamiga ee aadan cabdulle muqdisho-daawasho wacan
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New Terminal in Mogadishu,Somalia Airport Jan 2015 Adan Cade International Airport

New Terminal in Mogadishu,Somalia Airport Jan 2015 Adan Cade International Airport

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Fatumo och Stefan på Boosaaso military airport

Fatumo och Stefan på Boosaaso military airport

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En liten rapport från vår Somaliaresa 2015
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Muscat International Airport Work Continues On Schedule

Muscat International Airport Work Continues On Schedule

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Construction of the new Muscat International Airport continues on schedule, as the airport is expected to open as early as next year. The new terminal will be able to handle 12 million passengers per year, with a 118 check-in counters for domestic and international flights. At least seven people, including two attackers, were killed in a suicide bomb on Somalia's Criminal Investigation Department headquarters on Sunday. Last Tuesday, 13 people were killed when the group attacked the gate of the African Union's main peacekeeper's base. The government of Dahira hosted the social week recently with the aim to spread the culture of voluntary work among society members. Amongst the activities was the cleaning campaign in which the youth worked for 3 continuous days to remove wastes and clean public facilities in the area Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
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Turkish Airlines at aden adde international airport mogadishu

Turkish Airlines at aden adde international airport mogadishu

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BEAUTIFUL AIRPORT

BEAUTIFUL AIRPORT

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Landing in One of the Most Breath Taking Airports in World Mogadishu,Somalia.
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He's accused of war crimes in Somalia  Now he works security at a U S  airport

He's accused of war crimes in Somalia Now he works security at a U S airport

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An accused war criminal living in the United States is now working as a security guard at Dulles International Airport near Washington, DC. A CNN investigation found that Yusuf Abdi Ali, who is accused of committing atrocities while he was a military commander during Somalia's brutal civil war, has been living a quiet life near the nation's capital for about 20 years. He is just one of more than 1,000 accused war criminals living and working in the United States.In a shallow pit in northern Somalia, forensic anthropologists have been delicately digging around battered bones that were recently found in numerous mass graves. They're the remains of a clan slaughtered during the war in the 1980s, alleged evidence of the brutality carried out by the government regime in power at the time. Led by Mohamed Siad Barre, the regime took over Somalia after a coup in 1969 and ruled with an iron fist. In the north, the dominant Isaaq clan was heavily repressed and brutalized by government forces, according to human rights experts. Yusuf Abdi Ali served as a commander in the Barre regime and is accused of terrorizing the Isaaq people, torturing clan members, burning villages and conducting mass executions. Several villagers described these atrocities in a documentary that aired on the Canadian network CBC in 1992. One witness claimed Ali captured and killed a family member. "He tied (my brother) to military vehicle and dragged him behind. He said to us if you've got enough power, get him back," the villager said. "He shredded him into pieces. That's how he died." CNN found that, today, Ali is living a normal suburban life just outside of the nation's capital, in Alexandria, VA. He shares an apartment with his wife and works as a security guard at Dulles, one of the busiest airports in the country. As a result of CNN's investigation, Ali has been placed on administrative leave. Ali's employer Master Security has a contract with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) to provide unarmed security services. Ali passed a "full, federally mandated vetting process" that included an FBI background check and a TSA assessment. However, when CNN initially asked Master Security about Ali, the company said it was "unaware of the pending litigation." In light of the "very serious nature of the allegations," Ali is on administrative leave, and the company is reviewing the case, according to Chief Executive Rick Cucina. Ali's airport access has also been withdrawn. Ali is being sued in a U.S. civil court. The lawsuit, which a human rights group initially filed in 2006, calls Ali a "war criminal" who committed "crimes against humanity." "He oversaw some of the most incredible violence that you can imagine," said Kathy Roberts, an attorney for the Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA), which is leading the civil suit. "He tortured people personally; he oversaw torture." The case has had numerous twists and appeals over the years. The most recent happened in February, when the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that only part of the case can move forward -- the lawsuit's claims that Ali tortured and attempted to murder the plaintiff. The other part of the suit -- claims that he committed "war crimes" -- cannot because those alleged crimes happened outside of the United States. The lawsuit is now headed to the U.S. Supreme Court. If the court agrees to hear it, it could become a landmark case over whether foreigners living in the U.S. can be held accountable for crimes allegedly committed overseas. Roberts claims Ali is directly responsible for these atrocities, painting disturbing images of acts he allegedly committed.
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