From Minneapolis To Mogadishu, Somali-Americans Try To Help Survivors of Bomb Attack

Workers in Somalia’s collateral Mogadishu are still acid by a disadvantage combined by vast lorry explosve set off in a bustling blurb district that killed 358 people and injuring hundreds more. In a vast Somali newcomer village in Minneapolis, everybody is connected to a plant in some way. As a lamentation continues, Somali-Americans are perplexing to assistance a survivors in any approach they can from 8,000 miles away.