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(NYT52) KISMAYO, Somalia -- Jan. 5, 2007 -- SOMALIA-ETHIOPIA -- In January, women in Kismayo, Somalia were selling khat, a narcotic leaf that was outlawed by the Islamists who controlled most the country until last month. The State Department's top diplomat for Africa has been planning a trip to Mogadishu on Sunday, American officials said Friday. It would be the first time in more than a decade that a high-ranking United States official has set foot in the violence-scarred Somali capital. But Al Qaeda's second-in-command, Ayman al-Zawahiri, urged the world's Muslims on Friday to turn Somalia into a battlefield and use suicide attacks. (Michael Kamber/The New York Times)
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