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Families forced to flee as Somali drought worsens

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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is warning that drought conditions are so severe in Somalia that many families have left their homes in search of water and pasture. After travelling long distances, many families have sought refuge in Tukarak village where temporary shelters are set up.

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