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H.D.S. Greenway

Somalia's new conflict, rooted in old ties

By H.D.S. Greenway
January 2, 2007

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THE OLD YEAR closed with the murderous musketry of a new war. Ethiopia holds to the legend that it was founded by King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba's first son, Menelik, 3,000 years ago. Christianity came in the fourth century with Ethiopia's first bishop, Frumentius of Tyre. Seventeen centuries later, Ethiopia spent Christmas bombing the airfields of Mogadishu in ... (Full article: 734 words)

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