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In this photo provided anonymously, a severely malnourished child is treated in an intensive care unit at the Ayder Referral Hospital, where medicines have almost run out and hospital staffers haven't been paid since June, in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia in Sept. 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (UGC via AP)

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Letmedhin Eyasu holds her one year-old son Zewila Gebru, who is suffering from malnutrition at a health center in Agbe, Ethiopia Monday, June 7, 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (Mulugeta Ayene/UNICEF via AP)

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In this photo provided anonymously, a newborn baby weighing just 800 grams (1.7 lbs) is treated in a clinic before dying shortly after he was born along with his malnourished mother on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (UGC via AP)

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UNICEF Nutrition Specialist Joseph Senesie screens children for malnutrition in Adikeh, in the Wajirat district of the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia Monday, July 19, 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (Christine Nesbitt/UNICEF via AP)

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Amanuel Berhanu is weighed after being identified as severely malnourished, in the Wajirat district of the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia Monday, July 19, 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (Zerihun Sewunet/UNICEF via AP)

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Mother Ababa, 25, comforts her baby Wegahta, 6 months, who was identified as severely acutely malnourished, in Gijet in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia Tuesday, July 20, 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (Christine Nesbitt/UNICEF via AP)

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In this photo provided anonymously, a severely malnourished child is seen at the Ayder Referral Hospital, where medicines have almost run out and hospital staffers haven't been paid since June, in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia in September 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (UGC via AP)

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A woman holds a child during a screening for malnutrition in pregnant and lactating women by UNICEF and partners in Gijet in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia Tuesday, July 20, 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (Christine Nesbitt/UNICEF via AP)

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Children who are either suffering from or at risk of malnourishment receive nutrient supplements from the World Food Programme (WFP) in the Adi Daero district, the first time the community has received nutrition support, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia Saturday, Aug. 21, 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (Claire Nevill/WFP via AP)

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FILE - In this Saturday, Aug. 21, 2021 file photo, the warehouse of the World Food Programme (WFP) lies damaged in the Hitsats refugee camp in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (Claire Nevill/WFP via AP, File)