Issue Date: Sep 15, 2002
finally, there's hope on the horizon for Zimbabwe's hunger-stricken population. The country's government has reached an agreement with international relief agencies for the quick release of thousands of tonnes of food aid. In an unusual pact between the Zimbabwean government, the un World Food Programme and Zimbabwe's Grain Marketing Board, 17,500 metric tonnes of genetically modified (gm) corn from the us will be delivered to Zimbabwe.
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