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21 Jan
The mining industry is struggling to find staff as skilled workers prioritize jobs in sustainability focused sectors such as clean energy.
21 Mar 2021
In Kosovo, so-called "restaurant bears" that were once abused in captivity enjoy lazy days in a snow-capped mountain setting freed from their chains.
19 Sep 2019
The UK and the US have for long been the top two destinations for Nigerians seeking greener pastures. But now, it appears Canada is becoming the new attraction for many Nigerians. And the brain drain may continue if Nigerians keep feeling they have a better chance at living their dreams outside Nigeria.

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57 mins ago
India and Pakistan traditionally have hostile relations, but there is hope on one front, at least. In order to enable the Sikhs from India to make a pilgrimage to one of their holiest shrines, a "peace corridor" has been opened between the two countries.
57 mins ago
The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has published a landmark report on climate change. Prepared by hundreds of world's top scientists, it lays out the impact of global warming so far, as well as the tools available to prevent climate catastrophe. The report says today's record heat will be ordinary in a generation's time. Meanwhile, Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has denounced a "betrayal" by world leaders for failing to act on climate change. FRANCE 24's Science Editor Shirli Sitbon gives us her analysis.
57 mins ago
The vote in May restarts a power struggle between a military-backed establishment and a political movement that has dominated elections for 20 years.
1 hour ago
Ten years ago, the UN formed a commission to investigate crimes against humanity in North Korea. However, little has changed, and the West seems to be more concerned about Pyongyang's militaristic ambitions.
1 hour ago
On March 20, 2003, a US-led coalition invaded Iraq. Years of conflict and insecurity followed, with wide-ranging consequences to this day. In mid-April 2003, as American troops advanced on Baghdad amid the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime, the Baghdad Museum was looted and tens of thousands of pieces disappeared. Twenty years later, many of these priceless artefacts are still missing and antiquity trafficking remains a serious problem in Iraq. Our correspondent reports.
1 hour ago
The UN has released the World Water Development Report 2023, which paints a grim picture of rising global water scarcity. The report says that seasonal scarcity will continue to increase due to climate change.