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US businessman: 'How I became Putin's no. 1 enemy'

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EYE ON AFRICA

Boko Haram crisis: Chadian President calls on militant leader to surrender

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IN THE PAPERS

'What black man holds job four years?'

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INSIDE THE AMERICAS

Netanyahu's speech to Congress divides Washington

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Mexico: Hundreds of thousands forced to flee drug cartels

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Hugh Jackman on 'Chappie', mullets and kids

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THE INTERVIEW

Liberia's president slams Boko Haram's use of female bombers

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BUSINESS DAILY

Managing expectations: China cuts growth targets as slowdown continues

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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Iraq: Islamic State group's child soldiers

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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.

Background
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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