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Foreign aid: These countries are the most generous

Indigenous Miskitos carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari in Nicaragua, about 625 miles (1005.8 km) north of Managua, December 4,2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken December 4, 2005. REUTERS/Antonio Aragon/Pool - RTR1A7ZB

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