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Communion sweets shaped like guns, bullets found in Naples

Communion sweets shaped like guns, bullets found in Naples

 
Rome
2018 largest truffle ends up at Italian restaurant in Dubai

2018 largest truffle ends up at Italian restaurant in Dubai

 
Rome
Sedentary lifestyles kill 88,000 people every year in Italy

Sedentary lifestyles kill 88,000 people every year in Italy

 
Caserta
Man kills wife, relative, kills self

Man kills wife, relative, kills self

 
L'Aquila
3 bears die in water collection tank in Abruzzo

3 bears die in water collection tank in Abruzzo

 
Rome
New show uncovers genius of Guido Reni

New show uncovers genius of Guido Reni

 
Bologna
Gessica Notaro acid attacker gets 15 yrs

Gessica Notaro acid attacker gets 15 yrs

 
Rome
Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

 
Caserta
Man kills wife, relative, tries to kill self

Man kills wife, relative, tries to kill self

 
Ischia
1,600-2,000 Ischia buildings covered by amnesty

1,600-2,000 Ischia buildings covered by amnesty

 
Rome
Baby bonus to return says Fontana (3)

Baby bonus to return says Fontana (3)

 
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Rome

Some 821 million people hungry worldwide -UN

22% of under-5s growth stunted due to malnutrition

Some 821 million people hungry worldwide -UN

Rome, September 11 - Hunger affected around 821 million worldwide in 2017, meaning the level of people in conditions of severe food insecurity has risen back up to that of 10 years ago, according to a UN report released on Tuesday. Hunger has been on the rise over the past three years, said The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World. The situation is worsening in South America and most regions of Africa, while the decreasing trend in undernourishment that characterized Asia seems to be slowing down significantly, according to the report prepared by the UN's three Rome-based food agencies, FAO, WFP and IFAD, along with UNICEF and the WHO. Poor progress has been made in reducing child stunting, the report said, with nearly 151 million children aged under five too short for their age due to malnutrition in 2017,22%, compared to 165 million in 2012. Globally, Africa and Asia accounted for 39% and 55% of all stunted children, respectively. Prevalence of child wasting remains extremely high in Asia where almost one in 10 children under five has low weight for their height, compared to just one in 100 in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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