Ethiopia responds to famine with controversial resettlement plan

A "no-nuclear" Germany would have to build more than 2,800 miles of new high-vol: In the face of climate change and increasingly severe droughts, should African governments resettle rural farmers and encourage new types of agriculture? The world is rushing to get emergency food relief to the 11.5 million people going hungry in the Horn of Africa's worst drought in 60 years. In Ethiopia, President Meles Zenawi's government is seeking a longlasting solution to the problem by launching a resettlement program. Ethiopia wants to group its scattered semi-nomadic peoples into permanent......

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