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The United Nations last week launched an appeal for $20 million to help up to 1 millions Syrians, predominantly herders and subsistence farmers, hit by the country’s worst drought in four decades.
The situation is not expected to improve until next spring, and that is if the rains do not fail for a second year in a row, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
Originally posted by Grafilthy
Things like this leave me wondering why countries the world over, are so concerned with armies and weapons. The best way (in my opinion) to have a strong country.....is to take care of your people. I look at things like this and wonder..."what if all those weapons were edible?".