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Mogadishu is the largest city in Somalia and the nation's capital.
Mogadishu may also refer to:
- History of Mogadishu, founded on trade, Mogadishu has recently seen armed warfare since the collapse of the Somali government in 1991
- Port of Mogadishu, the largest harbour in Somalia
- Little Mogadishu, the Cedar-Riverside region of Minneapolis
- Mogadishu University, a non-governmental university in the Somali capital of Mogadishu
- Diocese of Mogadishu, of the Roman Catholic Church
- Battle of Mogadishu (disambiguation), several battles that have taken place in and around Mogadishu since 1993
- Mogadishu hijacking, in 1977 a Lufthansa Boeing 737 was hijacked by the PFLP and flown to Mogadishu
- Mogadishu Islamic Courts, a group of Sharia Courts who united themselves to form a rival administration to the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia
- Mogadishu Line, the reluctance of major powers, particularly the United States, to exercise military and political power for humanitarian reasons with an intervention into another state
- Mogadishu Mile, a mile-long run by American Rangers and Delta Force soldiers from a helicopter crash site to the Pakistani Stadium during the Battle of Mogadishu on October 4, 1993
- 2007 Mogadishu TransAVIAexport Airlines Il-76 crash, 11 people died on 23 March 2007 when the aircraft crashed in outskirts during the 2007 Battle of Mogadishu
- 2008 Mogadishu bombings, on 3 August 2008, a roadside bomb killed 21 women and wounded a further 46 people
- Mogadishu (play), a play by Vivienne Franzmann
- Mogadischu (film) (2008), directed by Roland Suso Richter and about the hijacking
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