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Nearly eight million at risk of starvation in South Sudan

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Almost eight million people in South Sudan are at risk of hunger, the United Nations says. The proportion of people facing high levels of food insecurity and malnourishment "is at the highest level ever", it says. South Sudan has spent more than half of its life as a nation at war, with nearly 400,000 people dying during a five-year civil war that ended in 2018.
Published 3 months ago · South Sudan

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Millions at risk of severe hunger in South Sudan: UN

JUBA - Almost eight million people in South Sudan, or two-thirds of the population in the deeply troubled country, are at risk of severe hunger, the United Nations warned on Thursday.

3 months ago·กทม, Thailand
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Eight million people at risk of starvation in South Sudan

The United Nations has warned that nearly eight million people in South Sudan, or two-thirds of the population, are at risk of food insecurity and famine.

3 months ago·Pointe- Noire, Congo
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Nearly eight million at risk of starvation in South Sudan

Three United Nations agencies say up to eight million people in South Sudan could face severe food shortages between now and next yea

3 months ago·France
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Eight million people at risk of famine in South Sudan, according to UN

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3 months ago·Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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Millions of people on the verge of hunger in South Sudan

Around 7.76 million people are likely to face acute food insecurity during the April-July 2023 lean season while 1.4 million children will be malnourished in the east African country, according to a UN report.

3 months ago·Istanbul, Turkey
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Eight million people at risk of famine in South Sudan, according to UN

In particular, the report blames a combination of conflicts and extreme climate events.

3 months ago·Quebec City, Canada
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