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Highly Toxic Waste Containers Dumped in
             Somali Coasts




     Pictures by   Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Husse...
Pictures by   Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein
SomaliTalk.com   (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
Pictures by   Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein
SomaliTalk.com   (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
Pictures by   Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein
SomaliTalk.com   (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
Pictures by   Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein
SomaliTalk.com   (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
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These pictures are part of the available evidence of the 25-years long hazardous and toxic waste dumping off the Somalia's coast. Most of these pictures, published by SomaliTalk.com, had been taken after the Asian Tsunami which had hit the Somali coast as well. The pictures were taken by a Somali NGO Daryeel Bulsho Guud.

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Evidence and pictures of toxic waste dumped in somalia somacent

  1. 1. Highly Toxic Waste Containers Dumped in Somali Coasts Pictures by Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein SomaliTalk.com (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
  2. 2. Pictures by Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein SomaliTalk.com (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
  3. 3. Pictures by Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein SomaliTalk.com (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
  4. 4. Pictures by Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein SomaliTalk.com (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
  5. 5. Pictures by Presented by Dr. Bashir M. Hussein SomaliTalk.com (SomaCent Development Reseacrh)
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    Jul. 17, 2015

These pictures are part of the available evidence of the 25-years long hazardous and toxic waste dumping off the Somalia's coast. Most of these pictures, published by SomaliTalk.com, had been taken after the Asian Tsunami which had hit the Somali coast as well. The pictures were taken by a Somali NGO Daryeel Bulsho Guud.

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