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U.N.: Deliberate starvation in South Sudan could be war crime

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U.N.: Deliberate starvation in South Sudan could be war crime

U.N.: Deliberate starvation in South Sudan could be war crime

Executive Director of the World Food Programme David Beasley speaks to CNN’s Zain Asher about food insecurity in Madagascar and South Sudan amid war, climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.


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