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Britain cuts humanitarian aid by 51% despite global food crisis |  Foreign Policy

Britain cuts humanitarian aid by 51% despite global food crisis | Foreign Policy

Ministers have been accused of choosing the “worst moment in history” to cut the foreign aid budget, as provisional figures showed the UK’s external humanitarian funding fell by more than half last year. Parliament members and philanthropists say the aid budget urgently needs to be increased to counter the conflict in Ukraine and the threat …

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The latest news of the war between Russia and Ukraine: live updates

The latest news of the war between Russia and Ukraine: live updates

President Biden on Saturday signed a new $40 billion package of military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine as the country prepares for a protracted war of attrition in its eastern regions, vowing that it will not stop fighting until all Russian forces are expelled. However, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky acknowledged on Saturday that the conflict …

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Michael Davidson: Food insecurity is not just a health problem, it’s also a national security issue

Michael Davidson: Food insecurity is not just a health problem, it’s also a national security issue

The world is an unsafe place. Even as we continue — and hopefully end — a fight against a global pandemic, there is a military conflict abroad. While we have to confront these challenges, we cannot forget the underlying crises that are associated with these challenges, including one here in Kentucky: food insecurity that is …

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Historic Coca-Cola bottling plant may gain new life as a dining hall | Sweetened

The revival of the former Winston-Salem Coca-Cola bottling plant may represent a fusion of two lovers – the food and historic buildings – of its developers. A subsidiary of Winston-Salem’s QAH Group LLC paid a total of $2.6 million to Old Salem Inc. Opposite three areas across from the Old Salem Visitor Center. Plaster will …

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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking important steps to improve the supply of infant products and specialty formulas

For immediate posting: May 10, 2022 Spanish Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is providing an update on its work to increase the availability of infant and specialty dairy products. On February 17, the agency warned consumers against using some powdered infant formula products from Abbott Nutrition’s Sturgis, Michigan facility, and Abbott began a …

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Shooting buffalo closed the peaks and left a food desert, so locals stepped in: NPR

Reverend Andre Camucci, left, and Greg Jackson, with the Rehoboth House of Prayer, help unload a truck of fresh produce for distribution to people affected by the Tuesday Summits closure in Buffalo, New York Joshua Besix/AFP Hide caption Caption switch Joshua Besix/AFP Reverend Andre Camucci, left, and Greg Jackson, with the Rehoboth House of Prayer, …

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