Somali refugees tell of public amputations
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Somali refugees tell of public amputations

Sayeed Ibrahim and his brother were accused of being thieves by al-Shabab, an Islamist movement in Somalia linked to al-Qaeda. The group then publicly amputated an arm and leg. Ibrahim now lives in Ifo, a refugee camp in northeastern Kenya. (Sudarsan Raghavan/The Washington Post)

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