UN food agency says Yemen is on brink of famine

The UN Food Agency says the number of people starving worldwide is on the rise again. In Yemen, it's getting particularly bad, with aid agencies warning of a possible famine.

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    The UN Food Agency says the number of people starving worldwide is on the rise again.

    After years of decline, preliminary data suggests more are going hungry because of conflicts and climate change.

    In Yemen, it's getting particularly bad, with aid agencies warning of a possible famine.

    Al Jazeera's Duncan Crawford reports.


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