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3 days ago
The intensifying conflict between the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) army and the M23 Tutsi-led rebels, allegedly backed by Rwanda, has disrupted supply lines to the eastern city of Goma, affecting over two million residents and displaced individuals.
20 Feb
The intensifying conflict between the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) army and the M23 Tutsi-led rebels, allegedly backed by Rwanda, has disrupted supply lines to the eastern city of Goma, affecting over two million residents and displaced individuals.
12 Dec
This question is mostly for residents of Lagos or those who have at some point in their life resided in Nigeria’s former federal capital: what comes to your mind when you hear the phrase ‘Lagos is no man’s land?’
2 Sep
It has been a month since the military seized power in Niger. The ECOWAS bloc of African states has imposed sanctions, and access to food is getting scarce in the landlocked country. In the city of Tillaberi, people are feeling the effects.
22 Jul 2023
A fossil found in northeastern China suggests that mammals may have preyed on dinosaurs several times their size.
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The cost of importing food is expected to reach nearly $2 trillion this year, with inflation increasing hunger and starvation in poorer nations. Also, prior to next week's Paris Air Show, French President Emmanuel Macron is announcing investments in greener ways to fly. Plus, we see how Beijing, Washington and Brussels are taking three different approaches to interest rates. Finally, we discuss Elon Musk's upcoming talks with Macron and his stop at the VivaTech trade show.
28 May 2023
With microplastic pollution invading our oceans and the soil, few places have been spared. Could it also enter the food chain? Scientists in the Netherlands are beginning to uncover the tip of the iceberg – so far, with more questions than answers.
26 May 2023
Growing food with the help of our repurposed excrement may not ring with gourmet promise, but in some places around the world, it is slowly becoming a thing — again.
9 May 2023
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