Somalia's starving driven into violent Mogadishu
Peter Greste reports on the daily struggle for life in civil war-torn Somalia.Read the From Our Own Correspondent report
Panorama reporter Peter Greste and crew came under fire from Islamist rebels in Mogadishu, the war torn capital of Somalia.
The 20-year-old civil war has caused thousands of deaths and made refugees of millions more.
As one of the few Western journalists to travel to a lawless Mogadishu, Greste witnessed first hand the brutal street fighting as African Union troops try to wrestle control of the city from the rebels.
What is it like to live in what has been called the most dangerous city on earth?
Panorama's Peter Greste hears from the people of Mogadishu about the daily struggle for life in Somalia - a country racked by a bloody civil war between the failing government and Islamist extremists.
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