In this Thursday, Nov. 28 , 2013 image taken from AP Television, a worker carries a bag of charcoal, believed to be from Somalia, to deliver it to a customer at a charcoal trading facility in Sharjah,... more 
In this Thursday, Nov. 28 , 2013 image taken from AP Television, a worker carries a bag of charcoal, believed to be from Somalia, to deliver it to a customer at a charcoal trading facility in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Charcoal from Somalia is prized in Gulf nations: Made from acacia trees, it’s slow burning and gives a sweet aroma to the region’s beloved grilled meats and waterpipes. It is also banned by the United Nations, because its shipments rake in millions of dollars a year for al-Qaida-linked militants. (AP Photo/Dalton Benett, AP Video) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Dalton Benett, AP Video
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 12:06 AM EST