Mystery Brews In Minn. As Somali Teens Go Missing
An international mystery is brewing in Minneapolis, where America's largest population of Somali expatriates live in a neighborhood known as "Little Mogadishu."
Dozens of Somali teens and young adults have recently gone missing. Some suspect they have gravitated to war-torn Somalia, toward the pull of the jihadist group, al-Shabab.
For more, Tony Cox speaks with Dina Temple-Raston, NPR's national security correspondent, who has been following this story. Omar Jamal, the director of the Somali Justice Advocacy Center in Minnesota, also joins the conversation.
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