South Sudan Facing Severe Food Shortages, Humanitarian Groups Say

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“…The brutal civil war left tens of thousands of South Sudanese dead, drove more than two million people from their homes and lay to waste entire towns. Aid groups and the U.N. warn that is the country is now on the brink of a catastrophic food crisis. One analysis predicts 40,000 people face starvation…” (Beaubien, 3/8).

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