Britain to give emergency food aid to Ethiopia

Guardian: Britain is to provide £38m in emergency food aid for 1.3 million people in Ethiopia, as parts of east Africa experience the worst drought in decades. The international development secretary, Andrew Mitchell, announced extra cash for the World Food Programme's work in Ethiopia on Sunday. "Through no fault of its own, the Horn of Africa is experiencing a severe drought caused by the failed rains," he said. "Britain is acting quickly and decisively in Ethiopia to stop this crisis becoming a catastrophe.......

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