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More Aid for Victims of Somalia #866915

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 05, 1992
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) More aid on the way for victims of Somalian Civil War.

(Mogadishu, Somalia: Brent Sadler) For seven months, no ships able to enter Mogadishu port; United Nations ships now able to enter; If allowed to function permanently, it could take half the time for aid to enter city; Mogadishu war in stalemate but city is torn apart; Red Cross has started emergency food lift into the city; Will need steady flow of food all year. [Interviews with David BASSIOUNI, U.N. Coordinator for Human Assistance, Somalia; Dr. Chris GIANNOU.]

Reporter(s):
Sadler, Brent
Duration:
00:03:50

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