Somalia is enticing foreign investors to help solve its energy crisis
"In the case of survival cannibalism, the roots can be traced back to prehistoric times," explains anthropologist Abdi Qurawe.
Survival cannibalism cases are recounted in the books Alive: The story of the Andes survivors and the miracle in the Andes and in the film Alive, based on the confessions of passengers of Uruguayan Air force Flight 571 that crashed into the Andes on 13 October 1972, who said that they have resorted to eating the dead during their 72 days in the mountains.
Ritual cannibalism includes what ancient Greek historian Herodotus observed in eating of one
Somalia is on the move. It is pushing for foreign investment, and large infrastructure projects are changing the face of its scarred capital city, Mogadishu. These developments could promise better fortunes for Somalis as the country emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic