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Somalia food crises caused by war in Ukraine reminiscent of country's 2011 famine09:43
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A group of several displaced families from Gedo and Garbahaareey, areas severely affected by drought, take some rest on their way to an IDP camp in a remote area around 10 kilometers from Doolow, Somalia. (Luis Tato/The Washington Post)
A group of several displaced families from Gedo and Garbahaareey, areas severely affected by drought, take some rest on their way to an IDP camp in a remote area around 10 kilometers from Doolow, Somalia. (Luis Tato/The Washington Post)

Here & Now's Scott Tong speaks with Washington Post correspondent at large Sudarsan Raghavan about the desperate situation in Somalia, where Russia's blockade of Ukrainian wheat is adding to a series of crises that could lead to a famine more deadly than the last one in 2011.

This segment aired on July 5, 2022.

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