Severe drought conditions last year led to decreased food production and availability of safe drinking water.
TOKYO (AP) — UNICEF is seeking $18 million in relief funds for tens of thousands of children in North Korea it believes have been hit by the impact of a drought last year that heightened malnutrition and diarrhea caused by a lack of access to clean water.
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