UN aims at improving global food security

The United Nations concluded its three-day World Summit on Food Security in Rome on November 18, 2009. Although no firm resolution was passed to meet the UN Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) goal of eradicating hunger by 2025, it did produce several nonbinding commitments. Those commitments ...

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