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By Fred de Sam Lazaro, Simeon Lancaster
Villagers in the remote southeast region of country that was hit by the 6 magnitude quake see destruction everywhere, with thousands of homes destroyed and at least 1,150 killed, according to authorities.
By Associated Press
Millions of Afghans are in crisis. Here are some ways to help.
By Hannah Grabenstein
As the coronavirus pandemic tears across the globe, the toll exacted in lives lost and ruined grows by the day. But for those already in need, especially the hungry and the starving, COVID-19 is accelerating their nightmares. David Beasley, executive…
Southern Malawi’s dry, crusty fields used to be waist-high with corn. But two consecutive years of low rainfall have meant scarce harvests and have forced farmers to change just about everything they know about farming.
By Larisa Epatko
In Yemen, where forces loyal to the government are clashing with Houthi rebels, millions are going hungry. Because food is so scarce, aid groups are finding they have to focus on life-saving measures and set women’s empowerment efforts aside –…
By PBS NewsHour
Since South Sudan’s creation four years ago, conflict within the country has left millions displaced or dead. Among the living, 2.5 million need food assistance, and the number could grow to 4 million by the end of the year. Judy…
Instability in Somalia Hampers Efforts to Aid Famine 'Tragedy'…
In other news Monday, Pakistani intelligence officials said U.S. drone aircraft struck in the North Waziristan region near the Afghan border, reportedly killing 18 suspected militants. Also, the first attack by a female suicide bomber in Pakistan hit a U.N…
In a rare move, North Korea granted international aid workers from the United Nations' Word Food Program more access to expand efforts to ease a growing food crisis as the first U.S. ship filled with wheat arrived in a port…
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