Food scarcity in coup-hit Myanmar will multiply in the next six months, United Nations officials have warned. Prices for staples and fuel — such as rice and cooking oil — had risen nationwide, leaving the coup-ridden nation on the brink of starvation.
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An image of Lake Chad, a historically large but shrinking lake in West Africa. The lake provides water to over 68 million people living in its surrounding countries: Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Nigeria. Since the 1960s, the lake has shrunk by 90% due to climate change.
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