Food prices in Somali capital go up during Ramadan, 926 P Street Lincoln, NE
By MOHAMED OLAD HASSAN | Posted: Monday, August 16, 2010

Residents in Somalia’s capital have feared a threatened increase in fighting during Ramadan, but the Muslim religious month has brought another hardship as well: high food prices.

As the Muslim world observes the holiday devoted to prayer and dawn-to-dusk fasting, Somalis in the capital say they feel left out of the goodwill and charity that are supposed to mark the holiday.

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