Somalia's refugees suffer as aid workers become targets of violence

Monday, July 21, 2008

In the past month, Somalia has witnessed a sharp increase in violence directed at international aid workers, many of them employees of Western organizations, who deliver food and medical relief to the more that 1.1 million refugees living in Somalia.
Guest: Jeffrey Gettleman, The New York Times

Comments [1]

Deko Jamac

Deko January 8, 2009

I am a woman who live in Canada,
before I came to Canada I used to work with UNICEF in Mogadishu in 1995.

I flied from my cauntry and lost my job because of non stop war and genoside, hunger which goes in Somalia about 18 years.

As a woman and every woman in the world we are against for killing innocent people especially woman, children, youth, aid workers and elders.

We request that the UN and international communities to intervent and get solution to solve these problems.

I thank the owner of this web site

Jan. 08 2009 02:38 PM

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