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UNICEF's Kun Li reports on a sharp increase in the number of severely malanourished Somali refugee children struggling to survive in camps in Dadaab, north-eastern Kenya.
UNICEF Deputy Representative in Somalia Hannan Sulieman talks about working in the best interests of Somali children amidst drought, famine and conflict.
Söz/Beste: Talip Altin
Un grand merci à toute l'équipe pour cette journée au profit de la Somalie (Valence). Talip Altin remercie toute l'équipe de l'Association Touche D'espoir pour cet évènement magnifique.
BY BLAKE HANSON
For the second time in more than 30 years, Iranian warships have entered the Mediterranean Sea. Euronews has more...
“The navy’s top admiral said the craft, thought to be a destroyer and its supply vessel were on a mission of peace but also that Iran wanted to showcase its naval power.”
The ships reportedly docked at a port in Syria. The move is similar to the only other recent Iranian Mediterranean voyage in February of last year — when a destroyer and supply vessel swooped along the Israeli coast and docked at a different Syrian port. The National Post has more on that incident...
“The first Iranian presence in the Mediterranean in February 2011 provoked strong reactions from Israel and the United States, with the Jewish state putting its navy on alert.”
The media first learned of the Iranian voyage Saturday — the same day a high-ranking British official made a big statement about the Iranian threat. The Huffington Post has more...
“The warships mission comes as concerns about Iran's nuclear ambitions were raised by Foreign Secretary William Hague. He warned that the state's nuclear plans could plunge the world into ‘a new Cold War’ with the Middle East.”
A writer for Allvoices**** says the Iranian navy could be something to be worried about...
“Teheran [sic] has been boosting its navy’s presence in international waters since last year, deploying vessels to the Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden in order to protect Iranian ships from Somali pirates.”
Little Red Hen needs help planting her grains of wheat. But when she asks the dog, the cat and the goose, they are all too busy to help her. So Little Red Hen does it all herself: she grows the wheat, harvests it, turns it into flour, and bakes it into bread. Suddenly, the others are ready and willing to help her eat it... but will she let them?
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