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March 20, 1985

Millicent Fenwick, the U.S. representative to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, charged that the government of famine-stricken Ethiopia uses donated food as "a bait, a lure" to relocate thousands of people against their will. "It's heartbreaking," the former Republican congresswoman from New Jersey said in a Rome interview, citing reports from witnesses. The Ethiopian government says people from the north are being moved to southern regions less affected by drought.

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