The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Zimbabwe needs urgent aid as the coronavirus exacerbates the effects of a food shortage following the worst drought in nearly four decades.

The Southern African nation needs hundreds of millions of dollars in foreign aid in coming months to fend off a humanitarian crisis that’s likely to leave more than half of the population hungry, the Washington-based institution said...

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