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Is finally raining in Somalia the country has been hit by the worst drought in six decades that causes damage.
But the torrential rain is adding to the misery for starving Somali -- 150000.
People are crowded into refugee camps in Somalia -- capital.
Living under structures made of sticks and -- -- -- -- Not many plastic panels to -- memory.
We're suffering from hunger disease and now rain.
We have been doing since last night because of the -- So we need -- many families also walk for days to reach refugee camps in neighboring countries including Kenya.
This woman who lost his family members because of the drought.
-- I think He had to eat -- -- goats and my husband went to look for -- for the cows but never came back.
So I decided to leave my home with our five children but I lost one of my children on the way.
Today -- Benedict the sixteenth urges the world not to forget the victims of famine.
-- you're thinking this is hitting the lord gives us an example of his compassion towards the people.
This makes us think of the many Brothers and sisters who in these days.
In the Horn of Africa are suffering the dramatic consequences of -- meanwhile the World Food Program the UN humanitarian agency reporting.
It's unable to reach more than two million people living in territory controlled by al-Qaeda linked militants.
The group prevents international aid workers from operating in the area African Union troops are now trying to protect the Somali capital from militants.
But the UN says -- military operation by the troops could worsen the country's refugee crisis in New York Heather Childers Fox News.
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