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Somalian fishermen work tirelessly for a living, bringing fish from sea to market.

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Traders wait to sell their fish inside Mogadishu’s fish market in the Xamar Weyne district of the Somali capital, in this photo taken March 16, 2013 by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team.

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Somali men look out across Mogadishu;s fishing harbour in the early morning as fishermen land their catch and transport their fish to the market in the Xamar Weyne district.

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Traders cut and fillet fish inside Mogadishu’s fish market in the Xamar Weyne district.

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Freshly caught tuna are lined up for sale inside Mogadishu’s fish market.

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A Somali man pushes a wheelbarrow loaded with freshly caught fish from the Indian Ocean towards Mogadishu’s fish market in this photo taken March 16, 2013 by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team.

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A Somali man pauses while carrying a large sailfish on his headto Mogadishu’s fish market.

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Freshly caught sailfish are lined up for sale at the fish market.

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Traders cut and fillet fish inside the market.

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A Somali man carries a large sailfish on his head as he transports it to the fish market.

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Traders wait to sell their fish inside the market.

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A fisherman carries fish from the shores of the Indian ocean as he walks past a war-ravaged street in Hamarweyne district in a file photo.

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A trader waits with his fish for sale in the market.

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