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Looming food crisis may be 'opportunity for Africa'

China Daily 24 May 2022
Speaking at a session called Averting a Global Food Crisis at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, David Beasley, executive director of the WFP, said. "Just when you think it could not get any worse over a year ago… and then the breadbasket of the world (Ukraine) now has the longest bread lines in the world.
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WFP warns global food crisis will worsen in coming months

La Prensa Latina 23 May 2022
The war in Ukraine was “devastating to global food security” and the world was in an “absolute crisis mode,” Beasely said ... “We are taking food from the hungry to give to the starving,” he said, warning that the crisis would impact everybody, not just the world’s poorest.
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Failure to reopen Ukraine's ports tantamount to 'war' on food security: WFP head

Anadolu Agency 23 May 2022
Failure to open up Ukraine's ports is a declaration of war on global food security, the head of the UN World Food Programme said on Monday. David Beasley, the organization's executive director, told a panel at the World Economic Forum, that opening these ports, currently blocked amid the Russia-Ukraine war, would help secure food stability.
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U.N. official still hopes Musk will ‘step up’ to fight world hunger

Metro USA 23 May 2022
World Food Programme official who clashed with Elon Musk on Twitter last year, said on Monday he hadn’t given up on the Tesla billionaire contributing to the fight against world hunger, though the two are not in direct contact ... “The breadbasket of the world now has the longest bread lines of the world.”.
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U.N. official still hopes Musk will 'step up' to fight world hunger

Reuters 23 May 2022
World Food Programme official who clashed with Elon Musk on Twitter last year, said on Monday he hadn't given up on the Tesla billionaire contributing to the fight against world hunger, though the two are not in direct contact ... "The breadbasket of the world now has the longest bread lines of the world.".
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WEF opens with discussion on the global food crisis

Arab News 23 May 2022
One third of the world’s food supply is wasted every year, which is why the world food crisis was one of the pressing topics discussed on the first day of panel discussions at the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland ... “Because of this crisis, we are taking food from the hungry to give to the starving,” Beasley said.
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UK in talks with allies on ‘coalition-of-willing’ to create safe corridor from Odesa to save ...

London Evening Standard 23 May 2022
Britain is involved in talks with allies about creating a coalition-of-the-willing to open up ports in Ukraine for grain exports to stop millions of people starving around the world ... .
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Opinion: Putin acting like a 'political jock'

Gaston Gazette 23 May 2022
Consider the loony idiot in North Korea and other ”Political Jocks” around the world who cause millions of their citizens to lose their rights to freedom, starve, die in state facilities for “crimes against the state, and shed their blood for their leaders’ egos.
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We must help Ukraine avert a global food crisis before it’s too late

The Hill 22 May 2022
A shocking amount of the world’s most productive farmland is here in Ukraine. Ukraine is a major world food supplier ... ensuring Ukraine can still feed the world even though Russia wants to stop them ... Odesa’s port is made to handle the volume, and get it out to the world ... Russia must not be allowed to starve the world to choke Ukraine.
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House of Horrors children rescued from their abusive parents' California home were 'pressured by new ...

The Daily Mail 22 May 2022
The Turpins were arrested more than four years ago after one of their children escaped from their their Perris, California, home and reported they had been shackled to beds, starved and held largely in isolation from the world ... starved and held largely in isolation from the world.
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The world must rally to stave off a food crisis

Gulf News 22 May 2022
That’s why world leaders are scrambling to head off a catastrophe with two meetings at the United Nations, aiming to lay out an action plan ... UN projections expect 232 million people to starve in 81 nations where it runs the World Food Programme, a steep increase of 47 million ... World food markets are highly concentrated.
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United through sports: Drayton McLane Jr. delivers folksy tales in museum lecture

TDT News 22 May 2022
BELTON — Folksy and filled with stories, Drayton McLane Jr. got a warm response Friday evening at the Bell County Museum ... “Of all the chaos in the world, today he gave me sports to talk on,” the Temple businessman said ... “But look around the world,” he said. “Maybe one third of them are either starving or spending 90% of their income for food.” ... ....
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Freed California siblings feared opposing rundown housing

Midland Daily News 21 May 2022
... shackled and starved their children for years ... The Turpins were arrested more than four years ago after one of their children escaped from their their Perris, California, home and reported they had been shackled to beds, starved and held largely in isolation from the world.
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Bill Zuck: Please don't hurt the zombies

The Sun Chronicle 21 May 2022
For the uninitiated, Minecraft is a game in which you walk around in a computer-generated world and build just about anything you’d like, from an igloo to a castle to a volcano. You must also work to avoid an untimely demise, whether from monsters that roam around, or by starving or drowning among other things.

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