Jean-Jacques Graisse

Senior Deputy Executive Director of the UN World Food Program

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In the 1990's, famine killed 2 million people in North Korea; Kim Jong Il appealed for assistance. Last year, he ordered donors to leave the country or scale back their programs.

Humanitarian Aid Still Needed in Nuclear-Pariah North Korea

In the 1990's, famine killed 2 million people in North Korea; Kim Jong Il appealed for assistance. Last year, he ordered donors to leave the country or scale back their programs.

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