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Last week specialist summit newspaper, Terraviva, stated that it was wrong for a relatively poor country such as South Africa to pay the largest share of the bill, and that the UN Secretariat had warned all UN members to act frugally as the summit was being held in a region plagued by food shortages and famine.
BARCELONA (IPS / Terraviva) - Palestinian villagers drink unsafe agricultural water rather than trusting water provided by an Israeli company, says Buthaina Mizyed, who has worked in Arraneh village near the conflict-laden West Bank city of Jenin.
 See Moyiga Nduru, "Loud Silence on AIDS Vaccine Angers Some Researchers," Terraviva, July 13, 2004, p. 3.