From Zambia to Afghanistan, WFP warns El Niño’s extreme weather is causing a surge in hunger – The Killeen Daily Herald

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CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — Extreme weather attributed to the El Niño phenomenon is causing a surge in hunger in several countries, including Zambia and Afghanistan, the UN’s World Food Programme said Wednesday, and called on donors for much-needed help.

El Nino is a natural, temporary and occasional warming of part of the Pacific that shifts global weather patterns, and studies say climate change is making them stronger.

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