At least 14 million children are among 22.8 million people in Afghanistan who will suffer from an unprecedented food crisis this winter, an alarming new report has warned. It represents a 35 per cent increase in the level of hunger compared to last year, according to UN data analysed by London-based aid organisation Save The Children.The Taliban took control of Afghanistan in mid-August after the US pulled its troops out following a 20-year war. Since then, the country has been pushed into a worsening humanitarian crisis.Western countries and global financial institutions such as the World Bank and the International Monetary...
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