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April 7, 1998 | From Reuters
Hundreds of thousands of south Sudanese face one of the worst famines in their history unless they receive crop seed and farm tools in the next few weeks ahead of the rainy season, United Nations and aid agency officials said. A simmering civil war, logistical difficulties in Africa's biggest country, a lack of cooperation by the government in Khartoum and lack of funds for the U.N.-headed Operation Lifeline Sudan have combined to worsen the situation.
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March 30, 2001 | Associated Press
More than 3 million people in Sudan are threatened by famine, and thousands could die by July, the U.N. World Food Program warned Thursday. A severe drought has added to the misery caused by an 18-year civil war and previous famines that have left 2 million people dead and more than 4 million displaced, said Massoud Hyder, the WFP's representative in Sudan.
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March 30, 2001 | Associated Press
More than 3 million people in Sudan are threatened by famine, and thousands could die by July, the U.N. World Food Program warned Thursday. A severe drought has added to the misery caused by an 18-year civil war and previous famines that have left 2 million people dead and more than 4 million displaced, said Massoud Hyder, the WFP's representative in Sudan.
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April 7, 1998 | From Reuters
Hundreds of thousands of south Sudanese face one of the worst famines in their history unless they receive crop seed and farm tools in the next few weeks ahead of the rainy season, United Nations and aid agency officials said. A simmering civil war, logistical difficulties in Africa's biggest country, a lack of cooperation by the government in Khartoum and lack of funds for the U.N.-headed Operation Lifeline Sudan have combined to worsen the situation.
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