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Drought threatens lives in Somalia

BAIDOA, SOMALIA - MARCH 28: A little kid waits for medical treatment at Bay Regional Hospital in Baidoa, capital of Bay State of Somalia on March 28, 2017. In the central and south parts of Somalia, extreme drought causes famine, hunger and make people vulnerable to diseases and epidemics such as cholera and diarrhoea. Somalians, forced to live in the Balanbaalis camp in Somalia's Bay state due to clashes and terror in the country, are fighting drought and disease at makeshift tents in harsh conditions. As there are very limited water sources in the region, people are queuing for water at wells drilled by aid organizations. (Photo by Arif Hudaverdi Yaman/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
Drought threatens lives in Somalia
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Credit:
Anadolu Agency / Contributor
Editorial #:
658837788
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Anadolu Agency
Date created:
March 28, 2017
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Anadolu
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AA_28032017_487644
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