25,000 North Korean children starving amid drought
A drought that slashed food production by 20 percent has resulted in malnutrition for nearly 25,000 North Korean children. UNICEF, the United Nations' children's fund, said the children need emergency care and has asked donors for $18 million for North Korea, The Guardian reported Tuesday. While UNICEF's request for funds is rising, donations are falling, according to the organization. Sources say that whenever Pyongyang tests a nuclear weapon...