Emergency hunger levels loom in South Sudan; food looted and harvest disrupted

By Katy Migiro | Mon, 13 Jan 2014 13:10 PM
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NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Hunger levels in areas of South Sudan hardest hit by conflict could reach emergency levels in the coming months, experts predict, as fighting disrupts harvests and insecurity triggers the looting of U.N. food stocks.

The World Food Programme said the impact on food security of the country's month-long conflict will resonate for some time, even if a political ...

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