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Aid Organizations, Diaspora Fear Deadly Famine in Somalia

With more than six million of people having not enough food to eat, drought-ridden Somalia is at risk of a repeat of the famine that killed 260,000 people in 2011. Aid organizations and members of the diaspora raise the alarm.

Hajer Naili
Hajer Naili is a Journalist and the Communications and Social Media Coordinator at IOM Washington, D.C. She previously worked as a web-reporter/photojournalist for the New-York based publication Women's eNews and was a freelancer for Al Jazeera Plus.
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New Strategy to Help Europe’s Migrants and Refugees: 10 Things to Know

Fewer persons crossing the Mediterranean Sea in 2016 didn’t mean fewer deaths. In fact, the number of migrant and refugee deaths reached a record high last year. 

Hajer Naili
Hajer Naili is a Journalist and the Communications and Social Media Coordinator at IOM Washington, D.C. She previously worked as a web-reporter/photojournalist for the New-York based publication Women's eNews and was a freelancer for Al Jazeera Plus.
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Fallujah Residents Flee With Only Clothes On

The inevitable happened in Fallujah and the world watched as pictures of desperate civilians attempting to cross the Euphrates River to flee the Iraqi city were widely shared on social media over the weekend. Two children, their mother and a man drowned, Thomsons Reuters reported June 7. Nine other people believed to have been on the boat remained missing.

Hajer Naili
Hajer Naili is a Journalist and the Communications and Social Media Coordinator at IOM Washington, D.C. She previously worked as a web-reporter/photojournalist for the New-York based publication Women's eNews and was a freelancer for Al Jazeera Plus.

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