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WASHINGTON, April 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bread for the World President Rev.
From 22 July to 2 August, Pyongyang Korean Central Television (KCTV) via Satellite in Korean broadcast a series of propaganda programmes in response to the prevalent global food crisis.
By Coonan, Clifford AS THE WORLD'S POPULATION INCREASES, ENERGY, WATER AND LAND ARE BECOMING SCARCE, CREATING A POTENTIAL FOOD CATASTROPHE ACROSS THE PLANET Li Yue runs a small restaurant in Beijing's Chaoyang district, selling noodles and fried rice to construction workers from the nearby sites and also to the growing army of white-collar workers from the surrounding offices.
Excerpt from report by state-owned Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) radio on 25 September [Presenter] His Excellency the president, Dr Bingu wa Mutharika, has said the current food crisis that has rocked the world poses a new threat to the stability of social framework and economic prosperity of all countries in the world, especially the small nations.
Excerpt of report headlined "Food crisis at its worst" published by Nepalese newspaper Rajdhani on 6 August Kathmandu, 5 August: An international report says hundreds of thousands of people in Nepal are suffering from food crisis.
By Scott Russon Dr Geoff Andrews, the author of a new book on the Slow Food movement, tells Scott Russon why politicians must focus on long- term, localised solutions to the global food crisis The first in-depth study of the politics of the Slow Food movement has been published by Dr Geoff Andrews, a social scientist at the Open University, whose background is in the history of political ideas and Italian politics.
By Naim, Moises There are many culprits we can blame for higher food prices. But the poor isn't one of them. The spike in food prices is a global crisis, and it is destabilizing politics and economics everywhere.
In a rare vehicle, Pyongyang television carries a programme detailing the causes and consequences of the global food crisis and exhorting viewers to attain "self-sufficiency in food" by concentrating on farming with their "own strength." This programme is aired on 22 July, the day DPRK media gave extensive coverage to a single detailed report on the global food crisis.
By Palmberg, Elizabeth 10 factors that led to the world food crisis (and how to keep it from happening next time). The writer of the biblical book of Revelation, commenting on a Roman food crisis, expressed outrage that a day's wage was not enough to feed a laborer's family.
Text of report by North Korean newspaper Nodong Sinmun on 7 July [7 July Rodong Sinmun unattributed article: "Efforts to Resolve the Food Problem"; The full-text vernacular of this article is attached in PDF format.] A while ago, the "End Hunger: Walk the World 2008" march was carried out in Smart Village, in the western suburbs of Cairo, the capital of Egypt.
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