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Palestinian sellers display their goods amid high international prices due to the Ukrainian-Russian crisis in AL- Zawia market in Gaza City, on March 12, 2022. International food and feed prices could rise by up to 20% as a result of the conflict in Ukraine, triggering a jump in global malnourishment, the United Nations food agency said on Friday. FAO said Russia was the world's largest exporter of wheat and Ukraine was the fifth largest. Together, they provide 19% of the world's barley supply, 14% of wheat, and 4% of maize, making up more than one-third of global cereal exports. Photo by Youssef Abu Watfa