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In 1972, he wrote a sequel of sorts, the highly controversial The Mountain People, which was concerned with Uganda's hunger-plagued Ik tribe.
They were being deported to a country that had been destroyed by bombs and was now hunger-stricken due to the war.
One press release, for instance, refers to "the hunger-stricken people of Russia," a clear exaggeration.
The perceived disorganised and insufficient response led to riots, with looting of aid convoys by hunger-stricken people.
But United Nations officials and aid workers said they were still trying to assess where the most needy and hunger-stricken residents were.
Indeed, the Central Plateau swarmed with hunger-stricken stragglers and small, detached parties of bandits.
General Briquemont said again today that United Nations members have not committed enough troops to protect deliveries of humanitarian aid to hunger-stricken areas.
More such family visits are planned, and South Korea has agreed to import grain to provide to its hunger-stricken Communist neighbor.
Those lank scarecrows, that prowl hunger-stricken through all highways and byways of French Existence, will they pray?
After months of wandering through the winter forests, through war-beaten Russia of the 1917 winter, they end up in the hunger-stricken Moscow.
Special barricades were set up by GPU units throughout the Soviet Union to prevent an exodus of peasants from hunger-stricken regions.
Outbreaks occur among hunger-stricken rural populations in Africa where a diet dominated by insufficiently processed cassava results in simultaneous malnutrition and high dietary cyanide intake.
Maternity must forth to the streets, to the herb-markets and Bakers'-- queues; meets there with hunger-stricken Maternity, sympathetic, exasperative.
And so at the Village of Clamars, one bleared May morning, there enters a Figure, ragged, rough-bearded, hunger-stricken; asks breakfast in the tavern there.
Young children in North Korea appear considerably better nourished than they did a year ago, presumably as a result of international food aid, the director of the United Nations World Food Program said here today after a four-day trip to that hunger-stricken nation.
Secondary postwar problems connected with this duty involved clearing the Adriatic of the multitude of mines which broke away with winds and presented a menace to shipping; distribution of food to the hunger-stricken Balkans; and providing for the ever-growing numbers of refugees.
The situation was however aggravated by the fact that only 4 percent of the newly-arrived settlers lived on their land, while the majority either rented their land to local farmers at a high price or abandoned their land altogether, a situation unacceptable to many inhabitants of the overpopulated and land hunger-stricken region.