Somalia prepares for presidential elections


Somalia is enjoying a period of relative stability following nearly three decades of conflict.

The militant group al-Shabab was forced out of the capital Mogadishu more than a year ago, and the country is preparing for presidential elections later this month.

The BBC's Andrew Harding talks to Abdul Karim Jama, a former presidential adviser who now runs a think tank in Mogadishu.

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