This is a video of a Somali peace demonstration in London, England.
From the BBC:
Three missiles hit Dhoble town early on Monday, reportedly killing four people and wounding 20.
People are fleeing the town, fearing more strikes. Residents say planes could still be seen flying overhead on Monday morning. …
US Defense Department spokesman Bryan Whitman refused to give the identity of the target, whether the strike had achieved its goal or how the strike had been carried out. …
Dhoble resident Fatuma Abdullahi told the BBC they were woken up by “a loud and big bang”.
“When we came out we found our neighbour’s house completely obliterated as if no house existed here,” he said.
Another resident said: “Right now – in full daylight – the planes keep flying over us. They are so low that we’re deafened by their engines.”
“We are poor civilians living in a simple town – what have we done to deserve this bombing?”
Local official Ali Hussein told the BBC that many people were fleeing the town.
The border with Kenya has been closed for the past year. …
The US bombed the area a year ago and residents said the same plane was again involved. …
Last month, a senior UN official told the BBC that Somalia was the worst place in the world for children.
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