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Migrants Falling Victim to Smuggler Abuses Off the Coast of Yemen

“They told us to jump. Some people shouted and begged the smugglers to take us closer, but they refused and started beating people with sticks. They had AK47s, so everyone was afraid to argue, and people started jumping into the sea. Unfortunately, very few survived. I remember some were very young and did not know how to swim.” - Abdirahim Ilmi Aano, a Somali migrant

Rachel Sanchez
Rachel Sanchez is the Operations Assistant at USAIM. She is a recent graduate of Georgetown University’s Master of Science in Foreign Service program, where her research focused on the nexus between human rights and security in the context of international migration.
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Cholera Spreads Rapidly in Somalia

Somalia, which has been hit by a drought and food crisis, is facing a resurgence of cholera. Hundreds of deaths have been registered.

Hajer Naili
Hajer Naili is a Journalist and the Communications and Social Media Coordinator at IOM Washington, D.C. She previously worked as a web-reporter/photojournalist for the New-York based publication Women's eNews and was a freelancer for Al Jazeera Plus.
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Somalia Food Crisis: 5 Things to Know

Half of Somalia’s estimated population, or more than 6 million people, need emergency assistance. The country is on the brink of a famine that could be as deadly as it was in 2011. Here are five things to know about the current humanitarian crisis in Somalia.

 

Hajer Naili
Hajer Naili is a Journalist and the Communications and Social Media Coordinator at IOM Washington, D.C. She previously worked as a web-reporter/photojournalist for the New-York based publication Women's eNews and was a freelancer for Al Jazeera Plus.

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