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Eye on Africa – Water security in Africa ‘unacceptably low’ (UN)

By France24
22 March 2022   |   12:01 pm
Heads of states, scientists and campaigners head to Dakar for the World Water Forum as the UN warns that water security across the continent is dangerously low. And high seas protection talks fail to reach a deal.

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