A day after Islamic militias took control of Mogadishu from warlords, the U.S. State Department expressed concerns that Somalia could become a "safe haven" for foreign terrorists.
By PBS NewsHour
Islamic militias took control of the Somali capital of Mogadishu Monday from warlords who have controlled the city since the 1991 ouster of former dictator Mohamed Siad Barre.
Millions of people in Somalia and Kenya "are on the brink of starvation" because of a severe drought that has swept the Horn of Africa.
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