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Texan, Geordie, South London - just a few of the accents you can hear in the Somali capital of Mogadishu these days. After two decades of anarchy the city is undergoing a tentative boom, to the extent that some of the Somali diaspora are heading home. Andrew Harding has been finding out how they are settling in. Meanwhile in Germany, Steve Evans has been challenging national stereotypes - most of which are his own.