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As conference on hunger opens in London, thousands die in the African country, moving from one crisis to the next.
Aid agency warns that Horn of Africa will slide into another hunger crisis if adequate measures are not taken.
As displaced Somalis flee conflict and starvation, the crisis in Mogadishu continues to deepen.
Whatever the weather, world leaders can make extreme hunger a thing of the past, says writer.
Residents of the world's largest refugee camp are mainly women and children, raising questions about the fate of men.
New facility with 80,000 capacity to open at Dadaab, already home to hundreds of thousands fleeing threat of starvation.
World Food Programme says it is prepared to work with Somalia's fighters to tackle refugee crisis.
Head of UNHCR appeals for "massive support" over drought affecting about 10 million people in the Horn of Africa.
Camp in northeastern Kenya overflows with people in search of food and water as they flee drought-stricken region.
UK aid to help relieve the region experiencing its worst drought in six decades as global weather patterns change.
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