Thousands fleeing violence in Mali face food shortages

Forced to flee their homes because of violence, now tens of thousands of displaced people in central Mali face a new crisis.

    Thousands of people displaced by the fighting in central Mali are struggling to feed themselves.

    The conflict between herders and farmers belonging to rival ethnic groups has led to the deaths of hundreds of people.

     

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Mali's Mopti region.


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