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South Sudan Faces Growing Hunger

It’s now estimated that 40-percent of South Sudan’s population – or 4.6 million people – now face acute hunger in the next three months. The World Food Program warned food insecurity is growing worse both in conflict and non-conflict areas. The WFP said hunger is reaching record levels in South Sudan. Spokesman George Fominyen explained a combination of problems is to blame. “South Sudan is facing the worst levels of food insecurity the young country has faced since independence...

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