By Good News Network Saturday, November 19, 2011
The drought-induced famine crisis in Somalia has eased somewhat, United Nations officials said on Friday, with the number of people facing imminent starvation dropping to nearly 250,000 from 750,000 because of rainfall and increased aid deliveries.
"Substantial humanitarian assistance has mitigated the most extreme food deficits and reduced mortality levels.”
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