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© Licensed to London News Pictures. 7/4/2015. **Warning: Images contain content of a graphic nature ** Garbiley, Somaliland. Relatives of the victims of the Somali civil war gather to view the remains of 11 victims in a mass grave in the rural village of Garbiley in the autonomous self declared republic of Somaliland today.
From 1969 to 1990, president and military dictator Siad Barre oversaw a campaign of atrocities to quash separatist movements in the 1980s. The Somali Armed Forces targeted civilians in the northwest, culminating in the bloody 1988 siege of the regional capital Hargeisa and surrounding nomadic communities, which claimed an estimated 50,000 civilian lives. Photo credit : Alison Baskerville/LNP
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