Somalia marks one year since the Islamist militants al-Shabab were driven out of Mogadishu
epa03346104 A Somali woman looks on as she waits in line to receive treatment at the outpatient clinic run by the African Union in Mogadishu, Somalia, 06 August 2012. Somalia on 06 August marked one year since the African Union and Somali government forces drove out the hardline Islamist militants al-Shabab from the capital Mogadishu on 06 August 2011. Life has been returning to normal for many Mogadishu residents since the al-Shabab left the city. However, the change is fragile and the Islamist fighters, who control much of the country's southern area, remain a great threat to the stability of the capital. The United Nations Refugee Agency, UNHCR, says the population of the Somali refugees had reached more than one million last month. EPA/DAI KUROKAWA
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