Why is the world so hungry?

China has declared a famine in the South China Sea.

The crisis is now the world’s worst in living memory.

A growing number of countries are resorting to food riots in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Food riots, which began in 2014, have spread across the world, and have been exacerbated by a massive food shortage.

Many of the countries with the world worst food problems are located in the poorest parts of the world.

In India, India is ranked as the world food poverty capital, with an estimated 20 million people suffering.

In 2016, the government declared a nationwide famine in rural India, the worst food crisis since the famine of 1932-33.

In the United States, the nation is also struggling to contain the growing global food crisis.

In November, President Donald Trump warned the world would soon face “catastrophic” food shortages if food prices don’t drop.

The global food price is now at its highest level since the Great Depression.

But some experts say this is not a sustainable situation for many countries, especially in the developing world, which has the world at the highest rate of population growth and poverty.

The United Nations says global food prices are now more than 50% higher than they were in 2020.

In the US, the food price index is now 1.3 times higher than in 2011.

In India, about half of the population is below the poverty line.

In many parts of Asia, especially China, the situation is worse.

In recent months, China has seen a spike in food riots.

People have started to riot on the streets and loot food distribution points.

There are now reports of the police in Beijing attacking protesters and beating them with batons.

In 2017, the country’s government introduced new regulations to limit the use of mobile phones, including cell phones, in public places.

In many places, people have resorted to stealing from food distribution stations.

The World Food Program says a significant number of children are also participating in food rioting.

In 2018, the World Food Programme warned that the number of people affected by hunger could double by 2050.