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Afghanistan’s starving children

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WARNING: This video contains disturbing images. Afghanistan’s hospitals bear the evidence of the country’s malnutrition crisis. This crisis that is now at emergency levels, killing 30,000 children every year. Drought and poverty are at its root. According to Save the Children, who are working in the country, 60% of children - more than 15 million - are chronically malnourished. ITN’s Emma Murphy reports from an Afghan hospital.