Mozambique’s official death toll from a deadly cyclone in March has topped 1,000. In the storm’s aftermath, survivors face lack of power, food and supplies, plus deadly outbreaks of diseases like cholera and malaria. Amna Nawaz talks to David Beasley,…
World Food Programme faces quadruple food emergency…
Amid rising food prices and supply shortages, Cambodia has managed to increase its food production by turning the war-ravaged country's former "killing fields" into rice fields. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the transformation.
Ahead of the Group of Eight summit in Japan next week, World Bank President Robert Zoellick is calling on world leaders to renew their focus on the global food crisis what efforts to address food shortages as commodities' values escalate.
Zimbabwe's ambassador to the United Nations, Boniface Chidyausiku, explains his country's plan to host a run-off presidential election Friday, despite the U.N. Security Council's declaration that a fair election is not possible during the present political crisis.
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International donors pledged Monday to support the embattled Palestinian government of President Mahmoud Abbas, pledging billions in aid over three years -- a sum that topped the Palestinians' own expectations.
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