Somalia: 50,000 children at risk, gov...

Somalia: 50,000 children at risk, gov't and UN seek aid amid new crises and donor fatigue

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#1 Feb 25, 2014
Nooo..the international community should not feed terrorists-lazys somalis living under our tax-payers money with an average of 10 12 15 children each,and they children n somalis let EL SHABBAB take care of em hi hi hi by beheading em
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#2 Feb 25, 2014
The craziest thing about this Somali cyclic droughts, which is mostly human created is that you will find non-Somali children in primary schools raising money for the Somali children, while most of the Somalis can't be bothered and their Imams on Somali TV's soliciting funds to build mega mosques.

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