China sacks two officials who trash restaurant over cheap liquor
CHINA-CORRUPTION/:China sacks two officials who trash restaurant over cheap liquor
Modi could do more to curb India inflation: opinion poll
INDIA-MODI/POLL:Modi could do more to curb India inflation: opinion poll
'Running Hard To Contain Spread Of Ebola Virus' [Interview]
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is scaling up its emergency response in Ebola-hit nations of West Africa - most notably Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. In this interview, WFP Regional Director for West Africa Denise Brown, who has just come back from the front lines of the operation, describes the situation in the field.
Finland Donates €29 Million Over Four Years To Provide Life-Saving Food In Crises
HELSINKI/ROME - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed a generous contribution of €29 million (US$40 million) from the Government of Finland. This contribution will support WFP's life-saving humanitarian work in countries gripped by crises, as well as those struggling with hunger beyond the media spotlight.
WFP Resumes Food Assistance In Iraq's Largest Governorate, Al-Anbar
Al-ANBAR, IRAQ - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has resumed delivering food assistance in al-Anbar Governorate for the first time since May, targeting a total of 76,000 people with urgently needed food.
U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year over 2013
USA-GMO/LABELING:U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year over 2013
Russian food embargo to cost Europe 5 billion euros a year -document
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-EMBARGO (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-Russian food embargo to cost Europe 5 billion euros a year -document
Slightly fewer U.S. households lacking enough food -USDA
USA-AGRICULTURE/HUNGER (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-Slightly fewer U.S. households lacking enough food -USDA
Fewer U.S. households lacking enough food - USDA
USA-AGRICULTURE/HUNGER:Fewer U.S. households lacking enough food - USDA
Saudi Arabia helps FAO respond to the dire state of food security in Iraq
FAO is scaling-up critical food and agriculture assistance to highly vulnerable rural households in Iraq thanks to a generous $14.7 million grant from Saudi Arabia. The donation is part of a $500 million grant that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has provided to support Iraqis affected by the recent crisis.