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Eritrea Allows Use of Port to Deliver Food Aid Amid Crisis in South Sudan

Eritrea allowed use of one of its ports for a food aid shipment to South Sudan, marking the first time the World Food Program has used food assistance operations in Eritrea since 2006. A relatively small pilot shipment of 1,100 metric tons of sorghum was offloaded in the port at Massawa, Eritrea, in early June, and delivered to Kosti, Sudan. Challiss McDonough, senior regional spokeswoman at the World Food Program (WFP) in South Sudan, said the sorghum was added to other food aid and...

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