Deadly drought in Southern Africa leaves millions hungry

United Nations says Southern Africa is experiencing worst drought in a century, 45 million people in 14 countries are in need of urgent assistance.

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    The worst drought in decades is affecting 45 million people in 14 countries across Southern Africa.

    Zimbabwe is one of the countries most affected.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Matabeleland, Zimbabwe.

    Warning: Some of the footage in this report may be distressing to viewers.


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