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North Korea may run out food in 2011

North Korea may run out food in 2011
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The United Nations has reported that North Korea may not have enough food for its people in 2011. While food production has remained about the same, or shown slight improvement, the population has continued to grow.

So this brings up the question, what happens when a nation with history of trouble making runs out of food?

Normally, I would say that North Koreas communist buddies would help it out. But with the recent Russian crop failures, who knows whats going to happen.

Representatives from the United Nations have recently traveled to North Korea to discuss the problem.

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