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Gabon President aide detained in Paris

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Kerry Middle East Tour

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Leading human rights activist shot in Burundi's capital

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Migrant Crisis: The Blame Game

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Latest update 23/02/2012

Famine and fighting in Somalia

Somalia is suffering its worst drought in over half a century, bringing famine to an already war-torn country. International aid efforts are being hampered by insurgent violence, lawlessness and political instability.

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Another famine, another humanitarian band-aid

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Massive drought forces Somalis to flee their homes

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Aid 'too little, too late' for famine victims in Kenya

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Drought: the difficult reality of aid dependency

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The world's biggest refugee camp - and it's too small

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Somalia: war in Mogadishu

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