International Food Donations to North Korea Shrink

Due to a combination of geography, lack of technology and public policy, North Korea cannot produce enough food to feed its population. The communist nation relies on shrinking international food donations to make up the difference.

Linda Wertheimer talks to the World Food Program's Anthony Banbury about the scope of hunger inside North Korea.

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