Snow may end Afghan drought, but bitter winter looms

January 20, 2012

Snow may end Afghan drought, but bitter winter looms
Source: Reuters – AlertNet
18 Jan 2012 12:24 By Rob Taylor KABUL, Jan 18 (Reuters) – Heavy snow that has blanketed large parts of Afghanistan, killing at least 20 people, could end a long-running drought that last summer threatened millions of people with severe food shortages, government and aid officials said on Wednesday. But the weekend snowfall and avalanches across the mountainous north and centre could bring a bitter winter and short-term hardship to many people, with many roads still cut off, hampering food delivery in several hard-hit provinces. … Read more

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