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  1. MIGRATION: Greece failing asylum seekers
  2. SOMALIA: Food insecurity still a problem
  3. AFRICA: Addressing food wastage to fight hunger
  4. KENYA: Refugee relocation order sparks concern
  5. SOMALIA: Somaliland journalists under fire


MIGRATION: Greece failing asylum seekers
ATHENS، 15/10/2012 (IRIN) - When Vahid Pejman, a former journalist from Afghanistan, arrived in Greece with his wife and 11-year-old daughter, he anticipated a brief stay before heading somewhere more welcoming. full report
SOMALIA: Food insecurity still a problem
MOGADISHU، 16/10/2012 (IRIN) - Rising food costs, poor ‘Gu’ seasonal rains earlier in the year and continuing insecurity in parts of southern Somalia are affecting the nutritional status of vulnerable people there - a situation that could worsen in the coming months amid the risk of flooding, warn experts. full report
AFRICA: Addressing food wastage to fight hunger
NAIROBI، 16/10/2012 (IRIN) - Experts have called on governments and development organizations to put in place measures to significantly reduce the amount of food lost in the global food delivery chain. full report
KENYA: Refugee relocation order sparks concern
ISIOLO، 17/10/2012 (IRIN) - Amid rising insecurity, a senior official in Kenya’s North Eastern Province has ordered all refugees and unregistered migrants from neighbouring Somalia to move to the under-resourced Dadaab refugee complex by 20 October or face forced relocation. full report
SOMALIA: Somaliland journalists under fire
HARGEISA، 17/10/2012 (IRIN) - Journalists in the self-declared republic of Somaliland are increasingly being harassed and arrested by security forces there, say officials. full report