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Afghan Drought: 1.4 million in need of food aid

October 16 marks World Food Day, but for people in parts of Afghanistan, drought has brought hunger. A quarter of a million Afghans have fled their homes after their livestock died and their crops failed. The UN says that more than one million people need urgent food aid. Habiba Hamid has this story. #Afghanistan #Drought #WorldFoodDay

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