Camels are used to desert conditions but the severe drought in Somalia and breakaway Somaliland is taxing even these hardy animals. Thousands have died this year, dealing a major blow to herders who depend on camels for transportation, for milk, for meat and as pack animals. VOA's Abdulaziz Osman spoke with some of the herders and filed this report from the Somaliland capital, Hargeisa
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