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Somalia / Boutros-Ghali Visit / Mogadishu Protest / The Warlords #589312

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 03, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Mogadishu: John Gibson) Somali protest at the United Nations compound against the arrival of United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros- Ghali, who once had recognized the rival of General Mohammed Farah Aidid as interim president of Somalia, featured; scenes shown from Mogadishu. [BOUTROS-GHALI - comments on tomorrow's peace conference.]

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Meeting of Boutros-Ghali with Somali faction leaders in Ethiopia noted.

(Mogadishu: Dennis Murphy) The problem of restoring order in Somalia featured; scenes shown from the fields and of the chaos in the capital that is run by rival warlords Aidid and Mohammed Ali Mahdi. Map shown of the areas controlled by other warlords, including Mohamed Siad Barre and Omar Jess. [Somalia rights activist Rayika OMAAR - says the United Nations has no credibility.]

Gibson, John;
Murphy, Dennis;
Utley, Garrick

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