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Turkey is underscoring its engagement in Somalia through development projects in Somaliland and Puntland. It sees the projects as proving to the United States and European Union the seriousness of its commitment. However, politicians in Hargeisa and Garowe are trying to use them to support their claims to independence.

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Keywords:

United States, Cemalettin Kani Torun, Mark Bowden, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Qatar, T.C. Basbakanlik

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