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Overview: London conference on Somalia

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"Kenya stop violating our sea coast" - protesters at the London conference on Somalia

“Kenya stop violating our sea coast” – protesters at the London conference on Somalia

Interview: Adjoa Anyimadu, Somalia researcher, Chatham House

“Scepticism understandable”

Interview: Benedicte Goderiaux, Somalia researcher, Amnesty International

“Foreign armies and proxy militias in Somalia must be held accountable”

Interview: Ali Rooble, protester

“London conference on Somalia aims to conquer the country”

Ambience: Protest at London conference

“Hands off Somalia!”

Kenyan military offensive into Somalia, govt info sec interview

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Kenyan military personnel, 2006. Photo: US Air Force

Kenyan military personnel, 2006. Photo: US Air Force

Kenyan soldiers reportedly crossed the border into Somalia on Sunday in pursuit of the Al-Shabaab militant group. A large presence of troops were seen in the area, backed by planes and helicopters, according to Kenyan border officials. This latest offensive against the hardline Muslim group follows a number of kidnappings in Kenya. Two Spanish aid workers were seized by gunmen from the Dadaab refugee camp on Thursday last week.

Interview: Ezekiel Mutua, Information Secretary, Kenyan government

Radio France Internationale

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Written by Daniel Finnan

17 October 2011 at 16:24

Egyptian revolt: the aftermath

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Mohammed, student from Menoufia

The week after the fall of former president Hosni Mubarak was full of joy and optimism for the Egyptian people. But there was also concern whether the military would fulfill all their promises, the economy would get back on track, workers would start to get a fair deal and women would enjoy the same equality as men. This series of reports and interviews from Cairo for Radio France Internationale explores the hopes and dreams of the Egyptian people immediately after the end of 29 years of dictatorship.
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