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Millions Face Acute Hunger in South Sudan Next Year

The World Food Program warns 2.5 million people in South Sudan are facing acute hunger next year. WFP says pre-positioning food now, before the rainy season returns in a few months, is critical to averting a hunger catastrophe in that conflict-ridden country. The World Food Program says the acute hunger crisis facing millions of people in South Sudan is man-made. Since fighting between the government and rebels erupted one year ago, the United Nations estimates about 1.5 million people...

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