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Fleeing Mogadishu

Fighting in Somalia's capital has driven more than 300,000 people out of the city this year, adding to the hundreds of thousands who have been displaced over the past two decades. Many head north to Djibouti and across the Gulf of Aden to Yemen.


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'From one hell to another'
Article | IN GALKAYO, SOMALIA Deka Mohamed Idou sat under a tree, exhausted after a grueling six-day journey. She touched her belly, yearning for her unborn child to kick.
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Africans brave dangerous water crossing to Yemen, in hopes of a better life
Article | OBOCK, DJIBOUTI - They had walked for 10 days, across mountains and barren plains. In their hands, some carried small backpacks and yellow cans filled with water. In their minds, they carried the hopes of their relatives back in Ethiopia.

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