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India has lost extensive swaths of its rice crops due to drought this year.
India, 40% of Global Rice Exports, Has Lost 13% of 2022’s Crops to Drought
As the global food crisis continues to accelerate, India, the world’s largest trader of rice, has lost 13 percent of its plantable area this year due to extensive droughts. Mukesh Jain, Director of an India-based...
Over Seven Million in Desperate Need of Aid as Somalia Famine Risk Worsens
Parts of Somalia could be experiencing famine this September, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), has warned. The UN agency warns that eight regions in the country could be affected if livestock continue...
1,250 square miles of farmland will sit idle this year because of California's water crisis.
California Water Crisis to Leave 800,000 Acres of Farmland Empty This Year
California’s unprecedented megadrought may leave as much as 800,000 acres of farmland, amounting to 1,250 square miles, unworked this year, says an expert.  In preliminary findings of a study conducted by the University of California...
Protestors burned down Sri Lanka President Rajapaksa's home after the Government banned fuel and propane sales.
Sri Lankans Burn President’s House Down After Government Bans Sales of Gasoline and Propane; Resignation Pending
President of embattled Sri Lanka Gotabaya Rajapaksa has reportedly told the Speaker of the House he will resign on July 13, Sri Lankan media reports. The news was posted in a brief piece on the...
Is Iran in famine? Beef, fruit, and dairy sales dropped 30% in one week.
Iran Suffering Famine? Beef, Dairy, and Fruit Consumption Dropped 30% in a Week
Iran’s food security crisis is escalating at an alarming speed after reports emerged that beef, dairy, and fruit purchases have dropped as much as 30 percent in a single week. Despite the alarming figures, English-language...
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Reports of Food Shortages Surface in Chinese City of Xi’an Amid Double Plagues
On Dec. 27, Xi'an, the ancient capital of China, announced a new lockdown measure that forbids its 13 million residents to leave their homes. After the new measures came into effect, information started to emerge...