Airman struggles to save her family

Johnson, Kerry
August 2004
Airman;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p11
Reports on the efforts of U.S. Airman First Class Ayaan Nduli to save the lives of her family in Somalia. Adoption of Ayaan by Zandile Nduli from birth mother Sahra Sherwac in 1981; Loss of contact between Ndulis and Sherwacs due to Somalian civil war; Difficulties faced by Sherwacs as refugees in Somalia.


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