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Millions in South Sudan at risk of severe hunger – U.N.

By Reuters
07 November 2022   |   4:17 pm
Two thirds of South Sudan's population may face severe food shortages during next year's April-to-July lean season due to floods, drought and conflict, United Nations agencies said on Thursday (November 3). Rachel Judah reports.

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