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Saudia Arabia gave $500 million to the World Food Program, a gift that was described by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon as one "of unprecedented size and generosity..."
Article from the New York Times.
Posted by Lubin on 30 May 2008 in Food Crisis | Permalink
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