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By Fred de Sam Lazaro, Simeon Lancaster
Much of East Africa and other areas of the world are now facing food shortages in part due to climate change and Russia’s war with Ukraine. This comes as the World Food Program is experiencing funding shortages amid the prospect…
By Nick Schifrin
The war in Ukraine has exacerbated a global food crisis with hundreds of millions of people going to bed hungry every night. A recent UN-brokered deal with Russia and Ukraine to allow Ukrainian grain to leave the Black Sea is…
The fate of the last remaining humanitarian aid route between Turkey and rebel-controlled northwest Syria hangs in the balance as a decision on keeping it open comes up for a vote at the UN Security Council. Moscow could veto the…
By Nick Schifrin, Zeba Warsi
Countries in the Horn of Africa are suffering from the ravages of climate change. Not only is the region's drought the worst in decades, but it comes after several consecutive seasons of little rain. Ali Rogin reports on hardest-hit Somalia,…
By Ali Rogin
By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
The head of the U.N. food agency says 16 million people in Yemen are marching toward starvation and more funding is needed.
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded Friday to the United Nations’ World Food Programme for its efforts to fight global hunger, especially during the pandemic, which has brought millions more people to the brink of starvation. The organization’s executive director,…
By Maggie Michael, Associated Press
Documents reviewed by The Associated Press and interviews show that thousands of families in the city of Taiz are not getting international food aid intended for them — often because it has been seized by armed units that are allied…
By Andrew Mach
Amid fears of starvation and overcrowding, officials in the country euthanized a group of sickly koalas in the state of Victoria this week, raising objections from animal groups over the welfare of the iconic creatures.
Jamestown's 'Jane' Reflects Grim Reality of America's Early Settlers…
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