In this photo of Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011 a Somali woman at the main camp for displaced families in the capital Mogadishu, hides her face after taking food aid. An Associated Press investigation in ... more 
In this photo of Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011 a Somali woman at the main camp for displaced families in the capital Mogadishu, hides her face after taking food aid. An Associated Press investigation in Somalia has found that thousands of sacks food aid are being stolen and sold on the black market, undermining the international response to the country's crippling famine. Sacks of food stamped with emblems from the World Food Program, the U.S. government aid arm USAID and the Japanese government are for sale in Mogadishu markets.(AP Photo) less 
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Associated Press
Mon, Aug 15, 2011 8:39 AM EDT