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Extreme drought plunges southern Africa into hunger crisis

A devastating drought induced by El Nino has scorched crops and left millions hungry in southern Africa. As aid groups face budget cuts and broaden their operations to other conflicts, the region’s crisis is expected to worsen. Ali Rogin speaks with Zimbabwe-based journalist Tendai Marima to learn more.

Extreme drought plunges southern Africa into hunger crisis

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