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Somalia's US Embassy Reopens After 24 Years

For the first time in almost a quarter-century, Somalia has an embassy in the United States. The Somali government reopened its embassy in Washington at a ceremony Wednesday attended by U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield and Somalia’s Foreign Minister Abdisalam Omer. Omer told VOA that reopening the embassy is a signal to the world that his country has emerged from years of isolation. “This is very important, this is the most important day...

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