04:47 14 Sep 2016
GENEVA, Sept. 13, Kyodo
The World Food Program pronounced Tuesday it has supposing food assistance to about 140,000 North Koreans influenced by new flooding in a northern partial of a country.
“To accommodate food needs, WFP immediately distributed an puncture food allotment of fortified biscuits, for 7 days, and soybeans, adequate for 30 days, to strech 44,000 people,” a WFP pronounced in a statement.
“Following an interagency comment of a influenced areas, WFP fast distributed a same puncture allotment to strech an additional 96,000 people,” it added.
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