UN: South Kordofan at grave risk of dwindling food supplies
July 26, 2011 (UN Radio)
If humanitarian supplies and aid workers don't get access to Sudan's South Kordofan region, the consequences for civilians affected by fighting there will be grave, United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator ,Valerie Amos, said on Monday.
She said she is particularly concerned about how people in the state, which borders the newly independent South Sudan, will cope when the emergency food ration they have received runs out.
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