Is Afghanistan being cut off from the world? | The Stream

Millions of people across Afghanistan are facing severe hunger nearly four months after the Taliban took power, a humanitarian crisis set to deepen with the onset of the approaching winter.

The World Food Programme estimates that about 24 million people in Afghanistan – 60 percent of the country’s population – are facing “acute hunger”, as the country’s most severe drought in decades intensifies and an economic crisis worsens.

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