Somali Teens Go Missing In Minneapolis Minneapolis is home to the largest Somali expatriate community in the U.S. But the Midwestern city is now the scene of an international mystery: dozens of young Somali men have gone missing, and there are worries that the disappeared men are being drawn into a Somali militia group.

Somali Teens Go Missing In Minneapolis

Somali Teens Go Missing In Minneapolis

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Minneapolis is home to the largest Somali expatriate community in the U.S. But the Midwestern city is now the scene of an international mystery: dozens of young Somali men have gone missing, and there are worries that the disappeared men are being drawn into a Somali militia group.

Abdirizak Behi, a community leader whose nephew is among the missing, is joined by NPR's Dina Temple-Raston to discuss the situation.