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Chad climate disaster leaves record 2.1 million people hungry

By Reuters
16 October 2022   |   2:31 pm
Severe drought followed by the worst floods in 30 years have lead to rocketing food prices and left a record 2.1 million people in Chad acutely hungry, according to United Nations agencies.

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