UN: Global Hunger Rising With Conflicts, Weather Problems

Sixty percent of the world's chronically hungry people were in areas experiencing man-made conflict.

A Rohingya Muslim woman Zahida Banoo holds her son Mohammad Noor, left, and daughter Shah Heer as she poses for a photograph on the way to her shelter in Kutupalong refugee camp, Bangladesh, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. With Rohingya refugees still flooding across the border from Myanmar, those packed into camps and makeshift settlements in Bangladesh were becoming desperate for scant basic resources as hunger and illness soared.

By Published on September 16, 2017

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