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Phone interview: Challenges in fighting the famine

08-16-2011 10:02 BJT

To talk more on the East Africa famine, especially in Somalia, we now cross over to Mr. Abdirahman Omar Osman. He is the Somali Government Spokesperson and Senior Adviser to the Prime Minister.

Q1: What are the challenges for the government to alleviate the famine crisis in your country? We've seen some media reports that the situation is worsened by terror militia's blockage of aid. Is that the case?

Q2: What are the measures that the government will take to tackle this crisis, and how long do you expect it will take for the crisis to be eased?

Editor:Zou Xian |Source: CNTV.CN

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