Somalia's President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed (L) and Prime Minister ...
Feb 23rd, 2012
(Reuters) - Somalia's President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed (L) and Prime Minister Abdiweli Mohamed Ali attend the Somalia Conference at Lancaster House in London February 23, 2012. Clinton on Thursday threatened sanctions against anyone blocking reforms intended to end Somalia's "hopeless, bloody conflict" and eradicate militant and pirate groups seen as a growing menace to world security.
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