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 Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:35 GMT
FAMINE IN AFRICA


 Why is famine back again?
More than eight million people face starvation in drought-stricken Ethiopia, where one million people were killed by famine 15 years ago.
 Eyewitness: Ethiopia's fatal famine
Nita Bhalla reports from a feeding centre in the Ogaden region, where five children are dying daily as a result of severe drought.
 Tough job ahead in Ethiopia
Food distribution to Ethiopia's starving is threatened by the border war, banditry and abysmal roads.
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