The World Food Program is out of money to feed 1.7 million Syrian refugees, the UN program announced Monday. The program has been providing electronic vouchers for refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Iraq, and Egypt but now faces a $64 million shortfall due to "unfulfilled" donor commitments. (A spokesperson wouldn't say who the stingy countries are.) An estimated 3.3 million Syrians have fled the country, and 200,000 have been killed in the conflict. Since fighting broke out in 2011, WFP has spent $800 million in the region.