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An aide salutes as Zambia’s President Rupiah Banda speaks at a U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) food security summit in Rome November 16, 2009. The United Nations opened its world food summit on Monday by saying that a climate change deal in Copenhagen next month is crucial to fighting global hunger as rising temperatures […]

An aide salutes as Zambia’s President Rupiah Banda speaks at a U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) food security summit in Rome November 16, 2009. The United Nations opened its world food summit on Monday by saying that a climate change deal in Copenhagen next month is crucial to fighting global hunger as rising temperatures threaten farm output in poor countries. Government leaders and officials met in Rome for a three-day U.N. summit on how to help developing countries to feed themselves, but anti-poverty campaigners were already writing off the event as a missed opportunity. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY POLITICS)

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