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UN Releases Dire Report On Rising World Hunger Despite Ample Food Supplies

According to a new report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, world hunger spiked last year, worsened by global conflicts, climate change, and political crises. Following a decade-long decline, the increase leaves nearly 11% of the world's population faced with hunger and malnutrition. According to the report, "There is more than enough food produced in the world to feed everyone, yet 815 million people go hungry." In addition to a rise in chronic hunger, the report also states that the number of undernourished human beings increased to an estimated 815 million in 2016 from 777 million in 2015.
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