More than 100 Somalis Starve to Death in Two Days

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Somalia’s Prime Minister, Hassan Ali Haire, says 110 people have died from hunger in a single region in the past 48 hours amid a severe drought.

The figure for the south-western Bay region is the first official death toll announced during the crisis. The full impact of the drought on the country is still unknown.

Humanitarian groups fear a full-blown famine will follow.

Currently, almost three million people in Somalia face food insecurity.

Local news outlet Alldhacdo reported dozens of deaths due to cholera in the town of Awdinle, also in the Bay region. The disease is often spread due to lack of clean drinking water

Somalia’s President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, declared the drought a national disaster on Tuesday.

A dead cow

As water becomes scarce, animal carcasses – like this cow- are a common sight (GETTY IMAGES)

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