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N. Korea Food Aid

International food aid to N. Korea is drying up, as "donor fatigue" combines with a new phenomenon, "donor fury." Countries are angry about N. Korea's nuclear brinkmanship, and they're withholding food aid as a result. Aid workers say these developments put millions of people at risk of starvation. NPR's Eric Weiner examines the politics of food aid.

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