Along With Wind In Mogadishu

Interview by Mahdieh Mrihabibi

A disable man who lost his leg in war walks on a street in Mogadishu, Somalia.
 

A Somali man passes a building damaged during the civil war in the city of Mogadishu,Somalia.

A wall pock marked by bullets in Mogadishu

A portrait of a displaced woman who suffers from famine in the city of Mogadishu, Somalia.

 

Somalian children waiting to get food from WFP (World Food Program)

Reflected in a mirror portrait of a displaced boyin Badbadoo Camp in Mogadishu, Somalia.

A Somali girl in a shelter building, Mogadishu, Somalia.

Smokes rise from the area where a suicide bomb blasted. A huge car bomb has exploded outside a government building in the Somali capital Mogadishu, killing at least 70 and wounding dozens. The explosion went off near the Ministry of Education where students were reportedly sitting for a foreign scholarship examination. Eye-witnesses say an unidentified vehicle was used to carry out the attack. Al Shabaab insurgents, which have links to Al-Qaeda, said they were behind the assault.

 

 

Security officials examine the area of a suicide bombing blast in the city of Mogadishu, Somalia. A huge car bomb has exploded outside a government building in the Somali capital Mogadishu, killing at least 70 and wounding dozens. The explosion went off near the Ministry of Education where students were reportedly sitting for a foreign scholarship examination. Eye-witnesses say an unidentified vehicle was used to carry out the attack. Al Shabaab insurgents, which have links to Al-Qaeda, said they were behind the assault.

A dead body of a Somali man in Madineh Hospital of Mogadishu city, Somalia. A huge car bomb has exploded outside a government building in the Somali capital Mogadishu, killing at least 70 and wounding dozens. The explosion went off near the Ministry of Education where students were reportedly sitting for a foreign scholarship examination. Eye-witnesses say an unidentified vehicle was used to carry out the attack. Al Shabaab insurgents, which have links to Al-Qaeda, said they were behind the assault.