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18 million in Africa’s Sahel on ‘the brink of starvation’
Wildlife team treats songbird injured in glue trap
Surveillance pathway tells cells when they run low on lipids
Severe malnutrition or wasting, ‘excruciatingly painful’ threat to child survival
Supercharged hunger crisis could cause mass child starvation, as conflict cripples Europe’s ‘breadbasket’
More than 1 in 3 children under five at risk of starvation in Central Sahel
Almost 10 million children going hungry in Afghanistan as food aid alone fails to meet tidal wave of need, Save Children says
New mechanism in regulating selective autophagy
WFP appeals for re-opening of Ukraine ports to avert looming famine threat
WFP calls for urgent opening of Ukrainian ports to help rein in global hunger crisis
Research reveals how Acinetobacter baumannii survives without water on hospital surfaces
Does Nature Want Us to be Fat?
How Nature Compels Us to Overeat
“Keto” Molecule May Be Useful in Preventing and Treating Colorectal Cancer, Penn Study Suggests
“Keto” molecule may be useful in preventing and treating colorectal cancer
U.N. World Food Programme announces Tony Yoo as Chef Advocate for Republic of Korea
Fears mount as rains failing for fourth time and war in Ukraine sends food prices rocketing
Two in three Afghan children struggle for daily food in devastating drought
Somalia: New data show how drought in Horn of Africa is driving up acute hunger
Joint FAO-OCHA-UNICEF-WFP on Drought Emergency in Somalia
Greens announce plan to lower pension age and increase payment rate
Aid Sector Calls on Government to Act On Senate Inquiry into Afghanistan’s Final Report
‘Afghanistan must not be forgotten’; World Vision welcomes push for ongoing, annual funding as humanitarian crisis worsens
Crimes Against Humanity in Western Tigray Zone in Ethiopia
Funding push for Afghanistan welcomed
Visualizing sightless world
Amateur-built aircraft’s stall-spin accident demonstrates complexities of managing partial loss of engine power
Civilians in Besieged Chernihiv Need Access to Essentials in Ukraine
Growing risk of Somalia famine, as drought impact worsens
Seven years of conflict in Yemen left millions on brink of starvation
Paying what it takes: report warns many funders failing to cover not-for-profits’ actual costs
Bodies dumped in wheelie bin
Tensions rise in Libya as risk of ‘parallel governments’ grows, Security Council hears
Ukraine adds to Yemen’s woes as hunger emergency spreads and lack of funding leaves millions vulnerable
Why they’re our greatest allies against floods – but also tragic victims
Yemen: Acute hunger at unprecedented levels as funding dries up
South Sudan bracing for ‘worst hunger crisis ever’
Families pushed to limit as South Sudan braces for its worst hunger crisis ever
Food insecurity breeds conflict
WFP ramps up food operation for Ukraine and warns world’s hungry cannot afford another conflict
Potato genome decoded
Genome reconstruction opens doors to transformation of potato breeding
To spare Afghanistan, world must engage with Taliban, Lyons tells Security Council
WFP Executive Director Statement on impact of conflict in Ukraine
Afghanistan six months on: Children on edge of life
Ring of fire is circling globe, sparking starvation, mass migration and destabilization, warns WFP Chief
Welcoming speech of president of Republic of Indonesia at opening of 1ST fmcbg Indonesia G20 presidency 2022
Drought in Horn of Africa: FAO welcomes €20 million contribution from Germany to avert hunger crisis