Humanitarian agencies in Somalia are considering suspending operations after two aid workers were shot dead in less than 24 hours. Some aid organizations are reported to be reviewing their security measures following the attacks. Violence against aid workers in Somalia has increased dramatically in recent weeks. But it is not clear exactly who is behind the attacks. Half of Somalia’s population needs food aid due to drought and conflict. Two men were shot in separate incidents on Friday about 13 kilometers from the capital, Mogadishu. (BBC)

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