Somalia’s humanitarian crisis worsened by violations of laws of war, says report

by Mark Tran

The warring parties in Somalia should ease rather than thwart the humanitarian effort to deal with drought and famine, a human rights group said on Monday.

Human Rights Watch accused all sides involved in the 20-year conflict of contributing to Somalia’s humanitarian catastrophe by committing serious violations of the laws of war.

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