U.N. Official Pleas For $60M In Aid To Somalia As Country Faces Starvation

Associated Press/Detroit Free Press: With Somalia on brink of mass starvation, United Nations pleads for aid
“…The United Nation’s top humanitarian official for Somalia is pleading for more money. Philippe Lazzarini appealed for international donors to find $60 million so aid groups can continue feeding the malnourished children, and so aid can be transported into less accessible areas [in Somalia], a reference to territory controlled by al-Shabab rebels…” (Guled/Straziuso, 5/21).

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