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Somalia: 'People are dying of hunger...there's no water'

Fatumata Hassan sits in the opening of her ramshackle shelter. She is tired and gaunt.

Her three-year-old daughter Shankaron sits on her lap, eyes blank and scared. It is a look that is far too common in these parts.

The past days have been cruel on Fatumata and her two young children -- forced to walk over 100 miles in search of food, water and sanctuary.

Only now, in Baidoa, home to a camp for displaced Somalis, does she find the smallest of solace.

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