Angola drought: Millions at risk of starvation

The United Nations says more than two million people in Angola's southern province of Cunene urgently need food and water.

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    The United Nations says a severe drought in Angola is putting thousands of children at risk of starvation. Many of them are being treated for malnutrition.

    President Joao Lourenco declared a state of emergency in January.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports.


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