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18 Feb 2021
While Kenya is having some success fighting desert locust swarms, farmers in the north and center of the country face huge losses from ongoing waves of locust swarms.
16 Feb 2021
Britain's Supreme Court has ruled that more than 40,000 people can make claims against the European energy giant following decades of oil spills in the Niger Delta region.
4 Feb 2021
Gbajabiamila meets Buhari, seeks amicable resolution to herders/farmers conflict
2 Feb 2021
Dr. Debisi Araba is a public policy and strategy specialist and is currently the Managing Director at the AGRF. He spoke with GuardianTV on affordable financial services for smallholder farmers.
1 Feb 2021
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has slammed farmers protesting his government's agriculture reforms. This week's demonstrations turned violent after farmers broke into the historic Red Fort and clashed with police.
29 Jan 2021
As another wave of locusts looms over East Africa, farmers are struggling to come to grips with the destruction of yet another harvest.
28 Jan 2021
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26 Jan 2021
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27 Dec 2020
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated his government's commitment to the farmers, while addressing a farmer's event via video conferencing. Meanwhile, thousands of farmers continue their protest against the new agriculture laws, blocking a major highway on the Singhu border, about 30km northwest of New Delhi.
22 Dec 2020
With foot-massage machines, a dental surgery, their own newspaper and even a tattoo parlour, it's clear that the thousands of Indian farmers blocking roads into Delhi for almost a month are going nowhere. Almost four-weeks after they reached outskirts of the Indian capital, the farmers, most of them backed by powerful unions, look ready for the long-haul after repeated rounds of negotiations with the government failed.
20 Dec 2020
Indian farmers rally against the agriculture law reform on the Singhu border, northwest of New Delhi, after a weekend that saw protests against the market reform laws intensifying with attempts to block major highways. "If the government won't back off, the farmers won't either," says a farmer at the protest.

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