america involvment in somalia

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American History

 

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Roxie S

 

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March 12, 2011

 

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The U.S. lead operation was to eliminate the warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid from power and restore it to the Somali people. The country was in the middle of civil war and millions of Somali people were starving from a lack of food and close to 300,000 people had died as a result. The United Nations was sending food supplies to the people of Somalia; but before it could be given to those who needed it, the supplies were hijacked by clan leaders...
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The United Nations was sending food supplies to the people of Somalia; but before it could be given to those who needed it, the supplies were hijacked by clan leaders. Many of the hi-jacked food supplies were traded for weapons, close to 80% of the food supplies never made it to the Somali people. A U...
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