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    Women and children awaited treatment at a World Food Program-supported health clinic in Kandahar, Afghanistan, in October.
    CreditJim Huylebroek for The New York Times

    Facing Economic Collapse, Afghanistan Is Gripped by Starvation

    An estimated 22.8 million people — more than half the country’s population — are expected to face potentially life-threatening food insecurity this winter. Many are already on the brink of catastrophe.


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      He Never Touched the Murder Weapon. Alabama Sentenced Him to Die.

      Nathaniel Woods was unarmed when three Birmingham police officers were fatally shot by someone else in 2004. But Woods, a Black man, was convicted of capital murder for his role in the deaths of the three white officers.

       By Dan Barry and




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