"People from abroad always ask me -- 'What’s it like to live in a place like Somalia, where blasts and car bombs are a regular part of life?'" writes Mohamed Abdiwahab, a photographer based in Mogadishu.
"Well, I suppose it’s like living anywhere else. We love our families. We like to spend a day with our kids when we can. And when an attack happens, we hurt. We mourn the people lost. The fact that it happens more often here than, say, in Europe, doesn’t inure us to the pain, the loss, the suffering."
"Let me tell you about my last Saturday."