Representatives from more than 50 countries, including U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Somali President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed, have gathered in London for an international conference on Somalia, chaired by British Prime Minister David Cameron.
In the words of Philip Barton, deputy head of mission at the British Embassy in Washington, the conference will focus on "the underlying causes of instability and its symptoms, such as famine, piracy and terrorism." ...
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