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March 17, 1985

Ethiopia and the United States have informally agreed to extend food aid into at least some rebel-held areas in the northern part of Ethiopia, Newsday said in a report from Geneva. The newspaper, quoting unnamed sources, said the two countries agreed in secret talks to specify which locations will be allowed to receive emergency food aid to alleviate a famine. The United States has charged that the Ethiopian government has blocked food shipments to inhabitants of the rebel-held areas.

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