Today on The World: death toll from the cyclone in Burma climbs past 20,000; anti-war activists look to 1968 for inspiration as they plan to stage protests at this summer's Democratic Convention; and a band in Mozambique writes hit songs about the value of latrines.
Indonesians are struggling to pay for basic food items. Although the government is trying to control prices, the effort is not easing the pain for Indonesia's poor. Rebecca Henschke reports from Jakarta.
Soaring food prices are becoming too costly for nearly a billion rice eaters around the world. So costly that The Asian Development Bank is holding a special meeting in Spain and is considering granting more aid to Asian rice farmers. The World's Gerry Hadden reports from Madrid.
The global food crisis hit Somalia today. Thousands of people protested in the capital, Mogadishu, as traders are refusing to sell food for anything except US dollars. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Mohammed Olad Hassan in Mogadishu.