Tuesday, 29th November 2022
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16 Apr
Ukrainian farmers have become something of folk heroes after numerous videos emerged of them using their tractors to tow away Russian tanks and other military equipment, following Ukrainian forces' battlefield victories. But in reality, the war has plunged Ukrainian agriculture into a crisis with global implications, given the country's importance to global supplies of grain and sunflower oil.
30 Sep 2021
In central Nigeria, the "breadbasket" of Africa's most populous country, many farmers are fleeing the violence in rural areas, with disastrous consequences for crops and the already high cost of food. Because of the insecurity in Benue State, Nigeria can no longer produce enough food to feed its own population.


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The Azeri president accused his French counterpart of siding with Armenia over the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. Macron was due to mediate new EU-brokered talks in Brussels next month.
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A suicide-prevention support service in Indian-administered Kashmir is a lifeline for people struggling with mental health issues. However, many in this conservative region are reluctant to seek help.
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As we wrestle with an energy crisis, should we turn on the lights to cheer ourselves up? DW asked people at Berlin's Botanical Garden what they think of the fine line between festivity and sustainability.
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Germany's queer community is demanding that the Catholic Church accept their sexual identities. More than 100 members, including pastors, friars, and nuns have come out recently.
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Marcus Rashford speaks about Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Manchester United as well as England's preparations for their upcoming World Cup match against Wales.
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Anwar Ibrahim is seen as a reformist willing to work with the West. However, his affinity for Europe will be put to the test over an ongoing dispute with Brussels over palm oil.