Vox‘s Matthews, Shavin, and Lind discuss the starvation crisis in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen as President Trump suggests to cut foreign aid: “In Somalia, upward of 6 million people are in desperate need of food assistance due to regional famine and ongoing brutality at the hands of the terrorist group Al-Shabab, which has blocked roads and made aid delivery extremely difficult. In addition, cholera has broken out, making the need for medical assistance dire as well.” Read the full article at Vox.

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