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Dec. 15, 2011 A woman and her children walk to the Transit Center to find water in Dolo Ado, Ethiopia. More than 300,000 refugees fled severe drought, conflict and famine in southern Somalia in 2011 into Ethiopia and Kenya, according to the United Nations. Hundreds of refugees were arriving in Dolo Ado daily last year in December, up from about 20 a day only a month before. William Davies/AFP/Getty Images Buy Photo