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Juba / Josh York / Red Cross / United Nations #1188132

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 30, 2017
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More than 100000 people are in imminent danger of starving to death in the East African country of South Sudan. The famine emergency is the result of a civil war that has wiped out agriculture and a rainy season that has cut off half the country. The United Nations says five million people there can't be sure where their next meal is coming from. But for some, it's coming from the sky. Deborah Patta there at 1970 appeared to drop hope for the village of Mar is pinned on the skies. The scorched v...
Reporter(s):
Debora Patta
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00:02:44

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