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In Minneapolis, Somali-Americans Find Unwelcome Echoes of Strife at Home

NYTimes.com Sunday, 7 June 2020
Thousands left political chaos, violence and danger in Somalia. Now, many are surprised and alarmed at the dangers and distress they’re seeing in their new home.
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