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Two controversial world leaders known for their anti-western rhetoric took advantage of a U.N. summit to point the finger of blame for the current food crisis at western nations.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe used the platform of a food summit in Rome to condemn western policies on the issue.

Ahmadinejad suggested the formation of a global organization to regulate the food market and listed the major factors that he believes are behind the current high food prices. Read full article »

CNN's Alessio Vinci contributed to this report.

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