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  • An armed civilian patrols the streets in the Hamar Wayene district. The buildings display the damage of a civil war that has been running since 1991.
    A group of children and young men play with a football in the district of Hamar Wayene. The building in the background shows the scars of a civil war that has ravaged the country since 1991.
    A woman watches over a sleeping child at Badbaado, one of the many camps for IDPs (internally displaced persons) that have sprung up in and around the city. The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    A three year old girl, who has severe malnutrition, lies naked, on the floor of a makeshift tent in a camp for IDPs (internally displaced persons). The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    A woman watches over her sleeping children at Badbaado, one of the many camps for IDPs (internally displaced persons) that have sprung up in and around the city. The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    An armed soldier, patrolling the Hamar Wayene district, passes the wreckage of a tank, half sunk, into a crater in the road. Beyond, a line of camels walk along the same road. All around the buildings display the damage of a civil war that has been running since 1991.
    An armed security guard stands among a crowd of people at Badbaado, one of the many camps for IDPs (internally displaced persons) that have sprung up in and around the city. The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    An elderly woman, walking with the aid of a stick, queues up for food at a World Food Program (WFP) distribution point at a camp for IDPs (internally displaced persons). The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    Children queue up for a food hand-out at a World Food Program (WFP) distribution point in a camp for IDPs (internally displaced persons). The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and as a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    A member of staff at the Banadir Hospital holds an x-ray of Muhammed, a malnourished boy who is sitting on his mother's lap. The east Africa is suffering the worst drought for 60 years and Somalia has been affected particularly severely.
    An armed civilian, patrolling in a vehicle, passes a donkey drawn cart on the streets of the Hamar Wayene district. The buildings display the damage of a civil war that has been running since 1991.
    A malnourished child, being treated in Banadir Hospital. The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    A woman carrying water back to her tent at the Dadaab refugee camp. It is the largest refugee complex in the world. The camp was originally set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 and was designed to accommodate 90,000 refugees, but it is now home to over 400,000 Somalis with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely.
    A malnourished child, being treated in Banadir Hospital. The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    An armed soldier patrols the streets in the Hamar Wayene district. The buildings display the damage of a civil war that has been running since 1991.
    People collect water, carrying it to their tents in the Dadaab refugee camp, on the backs of camels. The camp is the largest refugee complex in the world, originally set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 to accommodate 90,000 refugees, it is now home to over 400,000 people with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely.
    An elderly man queues up for food at a World Food Program (WFP) distribution point in a camp for IDPs (internally displaced persons). The Horn of Africa is currently suffering the worst famine in 60 years and a s a result people have been streaming into the war-torn city in search of food and medical aid.
    An armed soldier patrolling in a vehicle passes a group of women and children on the streets of the Hamar Wayene district. The buildings display the damage of a civil war that has been running since 1991
    A group of children and a mother with her child in a street in the Hamar Wayene district.
    Children leap into the sea from rocks on the coast at Mogadishu.
    A man and a woman, seen from within a patrolling vehicle, greet each other on a street in central Mogadishu. All around them are buildings displaying the damage of a civil war that has been running since 1991.
    A carcass of a dead cow lies outside the IFO-1 camp, part of the Dadaab refugee camp, the largest refugee complex in the world. It was set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 and was designed to accommodate 90,000 refugees, but it is now home to over 400,000 Somalis with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely.