13,000 Afghan Babies Have Died Of Malnutrition In 2022

Ryan Grim and Robby Soave react to horrific new reporting on the famine in Afghanistan.

Lina holds her baby boy, Osman, as he undergoes treatment at the malnutrition ward of the Ataturk National Children’s Hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Dec, 2, 2021. According to U.N. figures from early November, almost 24 million people in Afghanistan, around 60% percent of the population, suffer from acute hunger, including 8.7 million living in near famine. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

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