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May 31, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Relief agencies trying to avert a catastrophic famine in the southern part of the African nation say efforts to get food through have been hampered by an upsurge in fighting and a sharp deterioration in supply roads in neighboring Kenya. Humanitarian aid officials have estimated that 350,000 people are at risk over the next three to four months in Bahr el Ghazal province, the most affected area.
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May 31, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Relief agencies trying to avert a catastrophic famine in the southern part of the African nation say efforts to get food through have been hampered by an upsurge in fighting and a sharp deterioration in supply roads in neighboring Kenya. Humanitarian aid officials have estimated that 350,000 people are at risk over the next three to four months in Bahr el Ghazal province, the most affected area.
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April 21, 1985 | United Press International
Sudan's new military ruler said Saturday that domestic food stocks will be exhausted by July, and he appealed to Western and Arab nations for new shipments to feed 7 million people facing starvation. A U.S. expert was more pessimistic, saying domestic food stocks in this drought-ravaged country would be depleted by mid-May. He also said an internal transportation breakdown is affecting food deliveries to remote areas of Africa's largest country. A grim Gen.
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