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Nuclear test triggers starvation threat

MILLIONS of North Koreans face famine and starvation over the country’s bitterly harsh winter if the international community cuts off humanitarian food aid in retaliation for their government’s nuclear test, according to UN officials, aid workers and human rights groups. Even before last Monday’s explosion the country faced a food crisis after a long-term decline in foreign food aid and summer floods that killed hundreds and washed away fields of rice and wheat. A cut in aid could trigger a repeat of the famine of the late 1990s when up to three million are thought to have starved to death. Full Story

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