President Obama Pledges $3B To Fight Hunger

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN) - President Obama will head to Chicago Sunday for the NATO summit, after meeting with world leaders at Camp David.  Some leaders are arriving early for the G-8 summit to talk about the problem of world hunger.  During the 2009 summit, leaders pledged to spend 20 billion dollars to fight starvation that commitment soon expires.  Today, Obama announced $3 billion dollars in private sector pledges to boost agriculture and food production in Africa.

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