Somalia's refugees seek food in border states

Thousands of Somalis have been making long treks across the border in search of food.

    Thousands of Somalis have been making long treks across the country's borders in search of food as drought continues to grip large parts of East Africa.

    Al-Shabaab, the Islamist rebel group who control most of the worst-affected regions of Somalia, says the crisis has been overblown and accuse the UN of trying to politicise the crisis.

    Al Jazeera's Peter Greste reports from the Dolo Ado refugee camp in eastern Ethiopia.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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