Mogadishu – Ronaldo. Messi. Neymar. The names of football greats who are celebrated by fans around the world, including those in Somalia.
Mogadishu – At the crack of dawn, 21-year-old Maryan Nuh Muse leaves the comfort of her home in a suburb of Mogadishu for the athletic track at the Benadir Stadium, the capital’s largest outdoor sports arena.
Baidoa – Mukhtar Abdi was tending to his family’s goats in the southwestern Somali city of Baidoa one day when a shiny, circle-shaped metallic object caught the nine-year-old boy’s attention. “It seemed beautiful to me.
The arresting images of young women and men in white T-shirts and red ribbons tied around their heads clearing debris at the 14 October bomb blast site in Mogadishu was uplifting to victims of the heinous terror attack against innocent civilians.