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English: Joanna Reid (centre), head of UK Department of Foreign and International Development (DFID) in Somalia walks through an archway at the central police station in the central Somali town of Baidoa. Reid was visiting the capital of Somalia's Bay and Bakool Region to see first-hand the impact and progress of UK-funded projects to renovate the police station, a similar forthcoming project to repair and improve the town's prison and to meet with local Somali leaders and representatives of humanitarian agencies implementing DFID-funded programs in Baidoa and meet with a team of Somali mine and ordinance disposal experts deployed to defuse bombs and other improvised explosives devices (IEDs) planted in and around the town by suspected Al-Shabaab militants.. AU/UN IST PHOTO / MAHAMUD HASSAN.
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