World Banks says high food prices threaten mean 44 million increase in global hungry

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High food and fuel prices will increase the number of malnourished people around the world in 2008 by 44 million to reach a total of 967 million, a report from the World Bank says.


World Banks says high food prices threaten mean 44 million increase in global hungry

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High food and fuel prices will increase the number of malnourished people around the world in 2008 by 44 million to reach a total of 967 million, a report from the World Bank says.


World Banks says high food prices threaten mean 44 million increase in global hungry

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High food and fuel prices will increase the number of malnourished people around the world in 2008 by 44 million to reach a total of 967 million, a report from the World Bank says.


University president, archbishop sign petition to ban torture

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The president of the University of Dayton and the archbishop of Cincinnati have become part of a national movement calling on the president of the United States to reject cruelty and torture.


University president, archbishop sign petition to ban torture

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The president of the University of Dayton and the archbishop of Cincinnati have become part of a national movement calling on the president of the United States to reject cruelty and torture.


University president, archbishop sign petition to ban torture

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The president of the University of Dayton and the archbishop of Cincinnati have become part of a national movement calling on the president of the United States to reject cruelty and torture.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


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