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NEW YORK-Religious leaders are warning that the global financial crisis threatens progress made against poverty and world hunger, and urged political leaders not to ignore the poor while debating how to solve the current international financial panic.

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  1. The jobs are cutting down..middle class is adversely affecting. Even bailout is approved uncertainty still is there as shown by US markets. And there is no plan B…