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Kabul: UNICEF Afghanistan has warned that one million Afghan children could die from severe acute malnutrition if “urgent” actions were not initiated to protect them.
UNICEF Afghanistan tweeted: "Without urgent action, 1 million #children could die from severe acute malnutrition. @UNICEFAfg
is providing high energy peanut paste to children to support their recovery."
Afghanistan is facing a severe economic crisis for a long period of time now.
Afghanistan witnessed a change in political situation last year when the Taliban captured the country.
The Taliban captured the nation in a swift pace ever since the foreign forces started leaving the war-ravaged country.
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