Somalia famine

 
Seeing the majesty in Somalia's history
Seeing the majesty in Somalia's history
Those who dare to visit contemporary Mogadishu, often dubbed the world's most dangerous capital, catch only a glimpse of its vanished beauty in the...
Motlanthe defends SA's assistance to Somalia
Motlanthe defends SA's assistance to Somalia
Although difficult to quantify, South Africa's contribution to relief efforts in Somalia exceeds R20-million so far, Deputy President Kgalema...
UN says Somalia famine could spread
UN says Somalia famine could spread
Famine is set to spread to two new southern Somali regions with millions of people reeling from extreme drought, the top United Nations (UN)...
'Moral obligation' to help Horn of Africa, says EU
'Moral obligation' to help Horn of Africa, says EU
European Union foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton has urged world governments to meet a "moral obligation" to pump new emergency aid into the...
Ruined cathedral offers refuge for drought-hit Somalis
Ruined cathedral offers refuge for drought-hit Somalis
Beneath the soaring arches of the bombed out ruins of Mogadishu's Roman Catholic cathedral, desperate families fleeing extreme drought and famine...
East Africa famine: Our values are on trial
East Africa famine: Our values are on trial
Arot Katikov is the opposite of a thriving Western baby. Looking much younger than he is, the boy can't stop crying and vomiting, and he has...
[Slideshow]Devastation grips Somalia
[Slideshow]Devastation grips Somalia
Millions of Somalians are on the brink of starvation. We take a look at some of the worst-hit areas and the aid camps that are struggling to deal with the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.

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