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African Union Special Representative Boubacar Diarra visits Jazera Civil School in Mogadishu, October 31, 2012. REUTERS/AU-UN IST PHOTO/Tobin Jones/Handout

African Union Special Representative Boubacar Diarra visits Jazera Civil School in Mogadishu, October 31, 2012. REUTERS/AU-UN IST PHOTO/Tobin Jones/Handout

African Union Special Representative Boubacar Diarra visits Jazera Civil School in Mogadishu, October 31, 2012. REUTERS/AU-UN IST PHOTO/Tobin Jones/Handout
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African Union Special Representative Boubacar Diarra visits a military base, constructed by the African Union Mission In Somlia (AMISOM) for the Somali security forces, in Mogadishu, October 31, 2012. REUTERS/AU-UN IST PHOTO/Tobin Jones/Handout

African Union Special Representative Boubacar Diarra visits a military base, constructed by the African Union Mission In Somlia (AMISOM) for the Somali security forces, in Mogadishu, October 31, 2012. REUTERS/AU-UN IST PHOTO/Tobin Jones/Handout

African Union Special Representative Boubacar Diarra visits a military base, constructed by the African Union Mission In Somlia (AMISOM) for the Somali security forces, in Mogadishu, October 31, 2012. REUTERS/AU-UN IST PHOTO/Tobin Jones/Handout
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