'Mogadishu is like Manhattan': Somalis return home to accelerate progress
As construction replaces chaos, the east African country's business people and returning diaspora are rebuilding the nation
The sound of bullets that was once so common in the Somali capital of Mogadishu has been replaced by the noise of construction. New buildings and business are emerging from the carnage and lawlessness that pervaded the east African country for more than two decades.
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