Afghanistan becomes world's new hunger hotspot

What's life like in Afghanistan after a year of Taliban takeover and the U.S. military's hasty withdrawal? World Food Program's Country Director Mary-Ellen McGroarty said 18.9 million people, or nearly half the population, face food scarcity, and 6 million are just "one step away" from famine. Schools for adolescent girls are closed while women, especially the large number of widows whose husbands died during the long decades of violence, can't go to work.

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