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Sudan facing 'catastrophic' hunger crisis after a year of civil war

28m · Global News Podcast · 12 Apr 14:49

The BBC gets rare access to one affected area in Sudan. Also: Belgium has opened an investigation into suspected Russian interference in the European Parliament, and how did a star manage to explode giving off more light than ever seen before?

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