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Sophie Roche (University of Heidelberg) and Reinhold Jawhari (ACCORD) talk to Markus Höhne, who works at the Institute of Anthropology of the University of Leipzig. He works on Somalia since 2001 and has stayed there for more than three years in total, primarily in the North, as field researcher and consultant. He speaks Somali fluently. Since 2005 he works as expert witness in asylum cases on Somalia for European and US courts. He published numerous Texts on the country. For more information, see: https://uni-leipzig.academia.edu/MarkusHoehne
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