Food being served in Mogadishu
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Serving food to thousands in Somalia

The African Union has announced it will hold a summit to pledge help for the victims of Somalia's drought.

The move comes after warnings from the United Nations that the crisis is spreading across the country's southern regions.

The BBC's Andrew Harding reports from an aid station in the capital Mogadishu, which is serving around 5,000 meals a day.

  • 02 Aug 2011
  • From the section Africa
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