WHO says mass starvation in Sudan a 'very real risk'

Updated June 13 2024 - 6:30am, first published 6:25am
Clashes between the Rapid Support Forces and Sudan's army has displaced millions. (AP PHOTO)
Clashes between the Rapid Support Forces and Sudan's army has displaced millions. (AP PHOTO)

Mass starvation is a "very real risk" in some regions of war-torn Sudan, where conflict has made medical aid broadly unavailable, the head of the World Health Organisation says.

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