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26 Jun 2021
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has described the June 1941 invasion as a cause for "shame." In her weekly video podcast, she also criticized modern-day crackdowns in Russia and Belarus.
30 May 2021
A leader in the sustainable food movement, chef Bun Lai cooks cicadas to open up conversations about food alternatives that cause less environmental destruction than traditional farming. In the Washington, DC area, billions of cicada nymphs that have been living underground since 2004 have started bursting out of the soil - a rare and remarkable invasion.
29 Apr 2021
Internally Displaced Persons in Abagana in Benue are currently living in fear after suspected herdsmen attacked the camp and killed at least seven displaced persons.

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Serena Williams delivered an impressive physical performance in challenging conditions to return to winning ways at the Toronto Open on Monday and then said she can see the light at the end of the tennis tunnel in her career. Williams was forced to dig deep during her 6-3 6-4 first-round victory over Spain's Nuria Parrizas Diaz that saw the two women exchange blasts from the baseline in sweltering conditions on a hot and humid centre court.
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Stacks of hairy yams line a market in Ibadan, Nigeria, where traders haggle over quality and price before loading them into cars for the last mile to consumers. Nearby, a man navigates heavy traffic with a hand cart piled high with the tubers. Yams - pounded into paste, ground into flour, boiled or fried – provide sustenance and livelihoods across West Africa.