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1. Security operation disrupts livelihoods in Kenya's Lamu
2. Healthcare still disrupted in the Central African Republic
3. Rockfalls a threat in western Kenya
4. Analysis: Girl child soldiers face new battles in civilian life
5. Climate change influence on typhoons uncertain
6. Beyond free school feeding in Uganda's northeast
7. Briefing: Humanitarian crisis in Sudan's Nuba Mountains
8. Five food issues to watch out for
9. Thousands flee army harassment in eastern DRC

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Security operation disrupts livelihoods in Kenya's Lamu



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LAMU, 11 February 2013 (IRIN) - As Kenyan security forces work to
ward-off Al-Shabab insurgents, the military operation and the
continuing insecurity in Kiunga, a remote border town in the coastal
district of Lamu East, are disrupting local livelihoods, residents say.
Read report online

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Healthcare still disrupted in the Central African Republic



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NAIROBI, 11 February 2013 (IRIN) - Healthcare remains difficult to
access in parts of the Central African Republic (CAR) that are under
the control of the S

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