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Bill Gunyon*, OneWorld UK
LONDON, Jan 17 (OneWorld.net) - A seminal moment of the 2008 banking collapse enjoys the improbable association with the British monarch. Attending a function at the London School of Economics, the Queen was overheard to demand "why did no one see the crisis coming?"
If we are to experience a global food crisis in 2011, lack of foresight is less likely to feature on the royal charge sheet.
WASHINGTON, Apr 28 (OneWorld) - Far away and close to home the growing world food crisis is taking a toll.
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Insecticide-treated Nets (LLINs) and constant supply of medicines for Artemisinin-based combination therapy in health facilities.