Hunger Kills 110 People As Severe Drought Hits Somalia - NewsBlaze (registration) (blog)

Due to severe drought and food scarcity, hunger killed at least 110 people in the past 48 hours, putting millions at risk of starvation. CNN reports say most of those who died were women and children from the rural areas of Somalia's southwestern Bay ...

Famine, Diarrhoea kill 110 in Southern Somalia – PM - TVC News

At least a hundred-and-ten people have died in Southern Somalia in the last two days from famine and diarrhea resulting from a drought. Somalia's prime minister made this known on Saturday. Last month, United Nations children's agency UNICEF said the ...

Drought in Somalia, killing hundreds as Famine looms - AFRIKA NEWS

Africa is facing an acute food crisis, with several regions suffering from the extensive drought effects. Famine was declared in Nigeria, Ethiopia, South Sudan and Somalia. Recently, the deepening drought in Somalia caused at least 110 deaths in 48 hours.

Drought In Somalia Claims 110 Lives In Just 48 Hours - Carbonated.tv (blog)

The U.N. estimates 5 million people need aid, amid warnings of a full-blown famine. Somalia's government has declared the drought a national disaster. #Somalia is on the brink of famine. Almost 1 million #children need help:https://t.co/siqNiv4Spp v ...

More Than 100 Dead in Last 48 Hours Due to Drought in Somalia - The Wire

A man collects sacks of food from a dry river bed after a UN World Food Programme airdrop close to Rubkuai village in Unity State, northern South Sudan. Credit: Siegfried Modola/Reuters. Mogadishu: Some 110 people have died in southern Somalia in the ...

More than hundred dead in Somalian drought - Newsfirst

The United Nations estimates that 5 million people in this Horn of Africa nation need aid, amid warnings of a full-blown famine. The death toll, which was announced Saturday, was the first Somalia's government has made public since it but the death ...

Somalia Drought: At Least 110 People Dead From Starvation In 48 Hours - Vibe

An ongoing drought in Somalia claimed dozens of lives over the span of just two days. At least 110 people died from starvation and “water-related diarrhea” in the Bay and Bakool regions, according to Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire. “About 110 ...

Somalia places fate in hands of young, diverse parliament - The New Times

On March 1, Somalia's parliament approved the appointment of new Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire, a political newcomer. The 49-year-old Somali-Norwegian is a former humanitarian worker and oil executive. Khaire isn't the only novice to have entered ...

Drought in Somalia kills 110 within the last 48 hours - ScrollToday

At least 110 people have died from famine and disease in a single region in Somalia over the last 48 hours, said Somalia's Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire, on Saturday. This is the first official death toll announced by the drought-hit country, after ...

Millions In Africa Are On The Brink Of Widespread Famine - Newsy

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