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Thousands of Rwandan refugees wait to get food at the Mugunga camp near Goma, eastern Zaire, Wednesday July 27, 1994. Aid agencies are struggling, as food supplies are insufficient and disease rampant, killing thousands. In all, some 2.4 million ethnic Hutu refuges have fled Rwanda, fearful that victorious Tutsi rebels will take revenge for the massacre of 350,000 to 500,000 people, mostly Tutsi, by Hutu militias from April to mid-July. (AP Photo/Javier Bauluz) Javier Bauluz/Associated Press
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Internally displaced South Sudanese wait under a shelter for the food to be distributed in Minkaman, South Sudan , Thursday, June 26, 2014. Once a month the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) distribute to over 100,000 internally displace people in Minkaman, the largest such camp in South Sudan. Averaging 8-10 thousand people a day it is a slow process, made more difficult by poor quality ration cards distributed by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) that have in some cases been destroyed. Depending on the size of the family they are distributed portions of Sorghum, Lentils, Oil and Salt. (AP Photo/Matthew Abbott) Matthew Abbott/Associated Press
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Author: Kılavuz Kirpi

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