In Mideast wars, hunger grips millions across the region

In this Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016 photo, a malnourished child lies in a bed waiting to receive treatment at a therapeutic feeding center in a hospital in Sanaa, Yemen. This child is one of millions of people across countries like Syria, Yemen and Iraq are gripped by hunger, struggling to survive with little help from the outside world. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)BEIRUT (AP) — In a Middle East torn apart by war and conflict, fighters are increasingly using food as a weapon.


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