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“Twenty-nine years later, Barre's horrible, though perhaps unintentional, slur is being repeated by the faculty in the department of sociology and anthropology at Carleton University, through their defence of the department's right to hire Hassan Diab to teach a summer course.”
“The locals claimed that the United Nations helped warlords who had fled the country after Said Barre's regime fell, enabling them to return and putting them in charge of administering regional civil infrastructure.”
“The good doctor borrowed a private jet and was received with high expectations at Barre's Presidential Palace in Mogadishu.”
“Somalia has not had a functioning central government since 1991, when the collapse of Siad Barre's government plunged the Horn of Africa nation into civil war.”
“War has gripped Somalia since 1991, when the collapse of President Mohamed Siad Barre's regime plunged the country into lawlessness and clan fighting.”
“That inaction is particularly remarkable given that Barre's regime started Somalia on a downward spiral from which it has yet to recover.”
“Shorn of this central allegation, it is no wonder that, as Barre's lawyers explained in a court filing in connection with his habeas corpus petition, the allegations against him have "varied dramatically.”
“Nevertheless, the authorities at Guantánamo -- operating in a bubble of terror-related allegations that largely bore no relation to the realities of the outside world -- had no time for Barre's protestations of innocence.”
“Whether it was Siad Barre's Somalia with it's claims in the Ogaden or current Saudi economic intrusion, Ethiopia is in a fight for its cultural future.”
“Since Barre's ouster, several well-armed clan-based factions have been in an almost constant state of low-level war, hindering effective monitoring of the embargo.”
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