South Sudan: First famine declared since 2011 – BBC News

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A famine has been declared in parts of South Sudan, the first to be announced in any part of the world in six years. The government and the United Nations report that some 100,000 people are facing starvation, with a million more on the brink of famine.
A combination of civil war and an economic collapse have been blamed. There have been warnings of famine in Yemen, Somalia and north-eastern Nigeria, but South Sudan is the first to declare one.

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8 Comments
  1. Curi0u50ne says

    Natures way of culling the ever multiplying populace and a good excuse for western governments to embezzle funds pretending that they give a damn.

  2. Trxy says

    So sad. I wonder how whites if a famine occurred in Europe…

  3. Captn C00K says

    They brought this on themselves. Shame. Still what is being done so we can donate food to these people? That should be the news.

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  6. Phil Dobson says

    Sudan as a whole has increased by 1 million people per year for the last four years & is unsustainable. 1 million refugees could move from Sudan to EU every year forever.

  7. Eb says

    What can I do, when aware of the suffering of this world's people, this
    world's wheat? When I sit at a home unblemished by war, a roof over my
    head, and warm food in my body? What can I do? I do not know except to
    pray, give thanks to my maker, and be open to serving any in need I
    stumble upon and all those who ask it of me.

  8. Lulu says

    Fake news.

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