Soaring World Food Prices High food prices have set off protests from Haiti to Egypt, leaving aid officials struggling to cope with the crisis. Prices have been boosted in part by demand for biofuels in the United States. But the situation is revitalizing agriculture in some European countries.

China's Growing Thirst for Milk Hits Global Market

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Spiraling Food Prices Buffet Poverty-Stricken Haiti

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Bread Lines Symbolize Egyptians' Financial Woes

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Balancing Biofuel, Food Crops a Challenge for Britain

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China's Food Prices Rise as Population, Wealth Grow

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Aid Groups Target Poor Nations as Food Prices Soar

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