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Disastrous N Korean famine looms

NORTH Korea looks to be facing its worst winter since the mass famines of the mid-1990s and China must stand ready to accept a flood of refugees into its northeast, international agencies are warning. Pyongyang’s restrictions on foreign relief work, foreign food-aid cutbacks, destructive summer floods and the indirect effects of international sanctions in response to Pyongyang’s October 9 nuclear test are combining to threaten the North with widespread starvation, possibly within three months. Full Story

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