“I broke down in every stabilisation centre that I visited”: Somalia’s famine risk | The World

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The United Nations has warned that nearly a quarter of a million people are on the brink of starvation in Somalia. A worsening drought and rocketing global food prices are compounding problems in the country where more than 700,000 people have been forced to flee their homes in the past six months in search of food and water. Deputy regional director of UNICEF eastern and southern Africa, Rania Dagash, tells The World about the refugee camps she recently visited.

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