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The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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Adan Abdi worries that the students in his class show too little interest in education.
The boy was 2 when his mother dumped him on the streets and 4 when he spent his first night in a tiny prison cell, being sexually assaulted by an older inmate.
An increasing number of children are being caught in attacks and crossfire across south and central Somalia, the U.N.'s children agency said Tuesday, as a land mine exploded at the world's largest refugee camp in neighboring Kenya, wounding two people.