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Somalie Jeux Olympiques

Jean-Claude Coutausse : "Je marche au milieu des morts pendant un mois et demi, pratiquement seul. Lorsque Médecins sans frontières m’appelle au début de la grande famine en Somalie, en 1992, tous mes collègues sont partis couvrir les jeux olympiques de Barcelone. Je décide de faire un crochet par le camp de Liboï, à la frontière au nord du Kenya. (…) Cette photo est presque devenue un symbole de ce drame."

à partir de Mail Online

The bravest women at the Games: Muslim athletes who battled to get to London - and for whom the taking part really does mean more than the winning

Last but not least: Somalia's Zamzam Mohamed Farah crosses the finish line of a women's 400-meter heat

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Novel based on the true story of Samia Yusuf Omar born in war torn Somalia in 1991. Samia is passionate about running and trains in the ruined streets, her goal to compete in the Olympic games. The people are also living under the Al Shabab laws which restrict their freedoms. After competing in the Beijing Olympics Samia decides to leave via one of the people trafficking routes for a better life. An insight about Somalia as well as the strength and determination of one girl to change…

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à partir de BBC News

Viewpoint: Can the Mo Farah effect help Somalis and Somalia

Gold medallist in the men's 5,000m Mo Farah of Great Britain celebrates on the podium (11 August)

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à partir de BBC News

Olympics 2016: Somali athletes' hard road to Rio

Somalia - the nation that produced double Olympic champion Mo Farah - has sent only two athletes to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

SOMALIA 1968 OLYMPIC GAMES-MEXICO/JAVELIN/RUNNING/HIGH JUMP/BASKETBALL/SPORT s.s

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Viewpoint: Can the Mo Farah effect help Somalis and Somalia

Britain"s Mo Farah reacts as he wins the men"s 5000m final at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in this August 11, 2012 file photo.