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North Korea drought: South Korea to send 50,000 tonnes of rice

BBC News Wednesday, 19 June 2019
North Korea drought: South Korea to send 50,000 tonnes of riceSouth Korea is sending 50,000 tonnes of rice to ease chronic food shortages in North Korea.
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