The Somalian War? Think about it!

Kazi, Kuumba Ferrouil
November 1993
Black Collegian;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p4
Editorial. Comments on the war in Somalia. Testimonials about the success of the United States' mission to deliver food to starving Somalians; Addition of American troops; News stories of American soldiers firing into crowds of civilians; Decades-old warning about the situation in Somalia; Intelligence gatherers' preoccupation with Sudan.


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