N. Korean Aid Shortages Prompt Outreach, Questions

Published on 16 September 2011

The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says a combination of poor harvests, drops in donations, and rising regional food prices could leave North Korea short of food this year by about 600,000 tons. (..) WFP spokesman Marcus Prior said they have only received about a third of the $209 million required to achieve their goals.

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