Food shortages affecting 60% of country’s population threaten to make political instability worse, says UN expert
Zimbabwe is on the brink of manmade starvation with close to 60% of the population now food insecure, a UN envoy has said.
Hilal Elver, the UN special rapporteur on the right to food, said the situation was likely to escalate political instability in the southern African nation. After an 11-day visit to parts of the country worst hit by the El Niño-induced drought, Elver said...
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