Zimbabwe’s food crisis: About 60% of population faces starvation

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    Millions of people in Zimbabwe could be left without any food if there is no help by December, the United Nations says. It says the problem has been caused by recurring droughts and an economic crisis, and the coronavirus pandemic has made things worse. Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa reports from Mashonaland West province, where impoverished communities are most affected. –

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