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Group says North Korea faces massive famine

North Koreans are dying because of food shortages in rural areas, and a massive famine is just a matter of time, a South Korean aid group said Friday. The food situation was as bad as the famine that hit the country in the mid-1990s, which left as many as 2 million people dead, Seoul-based Good Friends — a Buddhist-affiliated group that sends food and other aid to the North — cited an unidentified North Korean official Friday as saying. Full Story

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