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Famine Threatens Parts of Sub-Saharan Africa

Many parts of Asia, Africa and the Americas are scorching in heat caused by a cyclical phenomenon known as El Niño. The unusually warm waters that come up to the surface in the Pacific Ocean every three to six years cause extreme weather conditions. The resulting drought is especially hard on the poorest people of sub-Saharan Africa. Somaliland is one of the poorest African regions. Its rural population is struggling to make a living in the best of times, but drought makes it...

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