"We are warning all the youth of Somalia not to dare watch these World Cup matches.It is a waste of money and time and they will not benefit anything or get any experience by watching mad men jumping up and down," he said.The ban, which has seen radio stations around the city taken off air for playing music, has resulted in people flocking to public cinemas in the few Government-controlled areas of the country.Ahmed Santos used to live in an area of Somalia run by militants, but now is in a government-controlled area."I can now freely watch the matches," he said.Each EU mission works in the framework of a comprehensive approach.The mission works in agreement and coordination with the EU Delegations in the same area and in the framework of EU regional policies.A former British protectorate, Somaliland declared independence from the rest of Somalia when war erupted following the overthrow of president Mohamed Siad Barre in 1991, but it is not recognised by the international community.But that request was refused because Somaliland is not recognised as a separate nation.
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This first group was followed by a continuous trickle, many of whom came over as merchant seamen.
They tended to settle in cities with ports, including Cardiff, Liverpool and London, where they put down roots in Tower Hamlets.
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