BBC journalist visits Somalia to report on famine

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One in three children in Somalia is malnourished because of the famine there, which means they're sick because they don't have enough food.

Many are likely to die if they don't get help.

The situation is made worse because of fighting there that's gone on for years.

The country's so dangerous it's difficult to get aid in and very few journalists ever go there to find out what it's like.

But a BBC reporter, Will Ross, has just been to Somalia. Take a look at the clip in this story to see what he found.

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