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'So many children dying': Somalia drought brings famine near

The Berkshire Eagle 05 Oct 2022
DOLLOW, Somalia (AP) — A man in a donkey cart comes wheeling through the dust, carrying two small, silent boys ... He set off from a seaside city on the northern edge of Somalia two weeks ago ... In Somalia, a nation of poets, droughts are named for the kind of pain they bring ... Associated Press writer Omar Faruk in Mogadishu, Somalia, contributed.
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Prolonged drought brings famine, death and fear to Somalia

The Berkshire Eagle 05 Oct 2022
DOLLOW, Somalia (AP) — A man in a donkey cart comes wheeling through the dust, carrying two small, silent boys ... He set off from a seaside city on the northern edge of Somalia two weeks ago ... In Somalia, a nation of poets, droughts are named for the kind of pain they bring ... Associated Press writer Omar Faruk in Mogadishu, Somalia, contributed.
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SPAC announces Horse: A Conversation with Geraldine Brooks and Sarah Maslin Nir

The Saratogian 15 Sep 2022
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s LiteraryArts@SPAC initiative will continue this month with Horse. A Conversation with Geraldine Brooks & Sarah Maslin Nir ... Brooks started out as a reporter in her hometown, Sydney, and went on to cover conflicts as a Wall Street Journal correspondent in Bosnia, Somalia, and the Middle East.
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Mana Abdi running unopposed in bid to become Maine’s 1st Somali-American lawmaker

Bangor Daily News 08 Sep 2022
Mana Abdi, a Democratic candidate for House District 95, is running apparently unopposed in her bid to become the first Somali-American lawmaker in Maine ... 18, the Lewiston Sun Journal reported ... Susan Collins, the Sun Journal reported. Abdi was born in a refugee camp, after her family fled war in Somalia. She came to the U.S. as a child ... ....
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UN says part of Somalia will reach famine later this year

Brattleboro Reformer 05 Sep 2022
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — The United Nations says “famine is at the door” in Somalia with “concrete indications” famine will occur later this year in the southern Bay region. This falls just short of a formal famine declaration in Somalia as thousands are dying in a historic drought made worse by the effects of the war in Ukraine.
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Somali forces end hotel attack in which 20 were killed

The Berkshire Eagle 21 Aug 2022
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Somali authorities on Sunday ended a deadly attack in which at least 20 people were killed and many others wounded when gunmen stormed a hotel in the capital ... The attack on the hotel is the first major terror incident in Mogadishu since Somalia’s new leader, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, took over in May.
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Ukraine grain shipments offer hope, not fix to food crisis

Bennington Banner 06 Aug 2022
That will extend the war's ripple effects for the world’s most vulnerable people thousands of miles away in countries like Somalia and Afghanistan, where hunger could soon turn to famine and where inflation has pushed the cost of food and energy out of reach for many ... Support our journalism.
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The six-blade 'ninja missile' used to mince terrorists: CIA deployed two R9X Hellfires to shred ...

The Daily Mail 02 Aug 2022
The existence of the R9X was first reported by the Wall Street Journal in 2019. The newspaper said that the missile was used in attacks on persons in Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq, Yemen and Somalia. The Journal said that those worked with the R9X is referred to as the 'flying Ginsu,' a reference to a popular brand of steak knives.
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PICTURED: Biden in the Situation Room on July 1 planning CIA drone strike that killed ...

The Daily Mail 02 Aug 2022
Bill Roggio, military commentator and managing editor of The Long War Journal, warned DailyMail.com ahead of the address that Biden would tout Zawahiri's death as a victory ... The existence of the R9X was first reported by the Wall Street Journal in 2019 ... Iraq, Yemen and Somalia.
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How CIA hunted 9/11 mastermind al-Zawahiri for more than 20 years before dicing him with ...

The Daily Mail 02 Aug 2022
Bill Roggio, military commentator and managing editor of The Long War Journal, warned DailyMail.com ahead of the address that Biden would tout Zawahiri's death as a victory ... The existence of the R9X was first reported by the Wall Street Journal in 2019 ... Iraq, Yemen and Somalia.
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'Day by day': Trade bans, inflation send food prices soaring

Brattleboro Reformer 23 Jul 2022
In Somalia, where 2.7 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and where children are dying of malnutrition, sugar is a source of energy ... Support our journalism ... "The cost of sugar is expected to surge since Somalia counts heavily on the white sugar exported from India and a few brown sugars from Brazil,” he said.
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Bad behavior on 6th Street Viaduct: We should have learned by now to expect the unexpected

The Los Angeles Times 20 Jul 2022
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Wednesday, July 20. I’m Andrew J ... Case in point ... speeding fines (💰) ... The sheriff was accused of stonewalling the auditor, while the auditor told the sheriff that Riverside County was “not Somalia, where rule of law doesn’t matter.” Riverside Press-Enterprise. Support our journalism.
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AP News Summary at 8:36 a.m. EDT

Corsicana Daily Sun 16 Jul 2022
The community’s response reflects the raw feelings directed toward reporters who came to Uvalde to probe what happened, and the reality that journalism often steps on toes. Mo Farah's story draws horror, understanding in Somalia. MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Many Somalis are reacting ...
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AP News Summary at 8:57 a.m. EDT

Athens Daily Review 16 Jul 2022
The community’s response reflects the raw feelings directed toward reporters who came to Uvalde to probe what happened, and the reality that journalism often steps on toes. Mo Farah's story draws horror, understanding in Somalia. MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Many Somalis are reacting ...
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AP News Summary at 9:07 a.m. EDT

Corsicana Daily Sun 16 Jul 2022
The community’s response reflects the raw feelings directed toward reporters who came to Uvalde to probe what happened, and the reality that journalism often steps on toes. Mo Farah's story draws horror, understanding in Somalia. MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Many Somalis are reacting ...

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