Al-Shabab says ban on help groups in Somalia remains in place.

Al-Shabab says ban on help groups in Somalia remains in place; WFP announces resumption of airlifts Two weeks after lifting a ban on specific aid organizations providing assistance in Somalia, the militant Islamist group al-Shabab has announced that the ban remains in place and said that the U .N.’s declaration of famine in two regions of the national country had been used as propaganda, Al Jazeera reviews . The announcement followed a statement by the World Food Program , among the firms banned by al-Shabab, that it plans to begin airlifting aid to the united states within days, aiming to attain as much as 2.2 million Somalis, Bloomberg News writes .

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