17 comments on “Somalia: Famine, Access and al Shabbab

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  13. Not dismissing these factors, but why don’t you acknowledge the fact that there ARE aid agencies currently operating in Al Shabaab controlled areas. Not mentioning this anywhere in your post seems like a major oversight. What distinguishes the agencies that have a presence in this region from those who don’t?

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