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Afghanistan's zoo animals face starvation

Relief organisations warn of a major food crisis in Afghanistan as the Taliban government struggles to gain international legitimacy. The UN warns that up to a million children could die of hunger unless drastic measures are taken. And as TRT World’s Hasan Abdullah reports, the crisis isn't just affecting the people. #KabulZoo

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