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Damiao Justino Macamo, right, helped produce this batch of gelato during his first day at Carpigiani Gelato University in Bologna, Italy, with the help of instructor Luca Cappelletti. Vicky Hallett for NPR hide caption

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Employees peek through the door of a showroom at a food factory in Pyongyang, North Korea. Dita Alangkara/AP hide caption

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Why South Korea Is Sending $8 Million In Food Aid To North Korea

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Two Syrian refugees, Narwal Alakayleh (left) and Lina AlAlssantin (right), prepare for a pop-up dinner of Levantine food at Newcomer Kitchen. Jessica Wright hide caption

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A World Food Programme convoy carries humanitarian aid to Aleppo, Syria. Getting food into conflict zones is a major hurdle — and a topic of discussion at the WFP's Innovation Accelerator. Cem Genco/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Pigs in a pen in a village in Linquan County, China. Barcroft Media via Getty Images hide caption

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A Deadly Virus Threatens Millions Of Pigs In China

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Margaret Joseph sells grasshoppers to Ado Garba at her stall in the Maiduguri market. Jide Adeniyi-Jones for NPR hide caption

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So What Does A Deep-Fried Grasshopper Taste Like?

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German and Cameroonian kids were part of an experiment based on the classic "marshmallow test": Put a single treat before a child but tell the child if he or she waits, say, 10 minutes, a second treat will be given. Nathalie Dieterle for NPR hide caption

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Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer

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