By Kiko Rosario, Frank Jordans, Vanessa Gera, Associated Press
As America leaves Afghanistan, there remains the possibility of a humanitarian disaster. Feeding millions of people is a top priority of the United Nations' World Food Program, whose executive director, David Beasley, negotiated with Taliban leaders in Qatar last week…
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,…
The U.N. children's agency warned about last week that millions of children in war-torn Yemen could be pushed to the brink of starvation as the coronavirus sweeps across the Arab world's poorest country.
By Issa Mohammed, Associated Press
In Yemen, 10,000 are estimated to have been killed in the war that's been raging for three and a half years. But millions are suffering from an acute hunger crisis and the United Nations warns that Yemen is on the…
By PBS NewsHour
Four U.S. Navy ships will leave the Myanmar coast Thursday, after failing to receive permission from the Burmese government to unload aid supplies for survivors of Cyclone Nargis, including much-needed helicopters to transport food and other aid.
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