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Report: Third World hunger has fallen nearly 20 percent since 1992

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The number of undernourished people in developing countries has fallen by 17 percent since 1990-92, the United Nation's food agency reported. Yet despite that good news, one out of every eight humans worldwide suffers from chronic hunger, a total of 842 million people. The vast majority of those live in the developing world, with less than 16 million living in advanced nations. The Food and...

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