A soldier guards a food supplies provided by the government of Mengistu Haile Mariam, at a dislocation camp near Tigray, a region of Ethiopia which was in conflict with the central government over secession.
Government Soldier Guard Food Suppy, Near Tigray, Ethiopia

A soldier guards a food supplies provided by the government of Mengistu Haile Mariam, at a dislocation camp near Tigray, a region of Ethiopia which was in conflict with the central government over secession. 

Ozier Muhammad Photojournalist

In late October of 1984 Dennis Bell, Josh Friedman and I went to the Sahel region of Africa to do a series of reports for Newsday on the condition of that area, 10 years after a devastating drought claimed the lives of thousands across that region in the mid 1970s. 

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