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November 14, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
Heavy rain and swollen rivers roaring down from the mountains in neighboring Ethiopia hampered international efforts to rescue Somalis trapped by nearly a month of flooding. Over a 24-hour period, at least 72 people drowned in the flooded Juba Valley, bringing the death toll to 520 since rains began Oct. 5, and aid workers fear the number of dead could reach 1,000.
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November 14, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
Heavy rain and swollen rivers roaring down from the mountains in neighboring Ethiopia hampered international efforts to rescue Somalis trapped by nearly a month of flooding. Over a 24-hour period, at least 72 people drowned in the flooded Juba Valley, bringing the death toll to 520 since rains began Oct. 5, and aid workers fear the number of dead could reach 1,000.
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October 17, 1993 | SARA FRITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dorothy Morris still remembers how she sometimes wept at the loss of American lives in the Vietnam War and how guilty she felt that she was too busy raising young children to join the anti-war protests of that era. Now that Morris' 21-year-old son, Steven, has been sent by the Army to serve in Somalia, she says she has decided to make amends. Ever since she saw television pictures of a dead U.S.
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October 17, 1993 | SARA FRITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dorothy Morris still remembers how she sometimes wept at the loss of American lives in the Vietnam War and how guilty she felt that she was too busy raising young children to join the anti-war protests of that era. Now that Morris' 21-year-old son, Steven, has been sent by the Army to serve in Somalia, she says she has decided to make amends. Ever since she saw television pictures of a dead U.S.
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