ITV News reports from Dolow, Somalia, where hundreds of thousands of people are in imminent danger of a full-blown famine, half the population face acute hunger, allied to the worst drought in 40 years. Ali Omar and his wife Manu Nunow speak about burying their baby boy, their fourth child to die since the drought began, who fear how they can keep their remaining children alive. Inside a hospital full of malnourished children, aid agency officer Liban Roble says medication alone won't be enough, they need more food supplies. The UN World Food Programme's Altan Butt says the world needs to pay attention to the tragedy unfolding.
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