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13 Oct 2020
A pioneer of frog breeding in France, Patrice François provides many restaurants from bistros to three-starred establishments across the country. But despite boasting 100,000 batrachians on his farm in the Drôme, restaurant owners remain constantly on the lookout for "made in France" frogs legs because there are only a handful of farms in France. "I didn't think it could be so complicated to breed," François Production's boss told AFP, amid dozens of frog-filled ponds set up under 2,500 square metres of greenhouses in a tropical bush.
22 Sep 2020
The abandoned National Stadium, Lagos, is finally getting attention decades after neglect and original design altered. Demolition trucks have been working inside the complex for two weeks, pulling down illegal structures that once adorned what used to be one of the best sports facilities in Africa.

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