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SUNS # 8905 Monday 13 May 2019
 
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United Nations : Food import bill to fall, but poorest unlikely to benefit (PRIV)
(Kanaga Raja, Geneva)
The global food import bill is set to decli ne by 2.5 percent in 2019 to USD 1.472 trillion, the Food and Agriculture Organis ation of the United Nations (FAO) has projected.

Mideast : Is UAE leading the way for concentrated solar power in GCC? (PRIV)
(IPS, Dubai)
In April 201 9, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) published a report on a "roadmap to 2050" in terms of renewable energy.

United Kingdom : Aid organisations welcome new development chief (PRIV)
(IPS, London)
International aid organisatio ns have reacted positively to the appointment of new UK International Secretar y of State for Development, Rory Stewart.

Opinion : An urgent need to advance peace (PRIV)
(IPS, Stockholm)
Let us be blunt - the world is in crisis. Peace, human rights, our planetary ecosystem, and our systems of co nflict management and global governance are under enormous strain.


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