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10 Aug 2021
More than 40 villagers were massacred by suspected extremists in northern Mali, while 12 troops were killed in neighboring Burkina Faso.
7 Aug 2021
Across Spain, dozens of villages do not have access to drinkable water due to agricultural pollution, a lack of water quality controls and drought. Residents have no alternative but to purchase bottled water for their everyday needs and many are campaigning for change.
18 Jul 2021
Bangladeshis are rushing home to celebrate Eid al-Adha, the country's second-biggest religious festival, despite a lockdown and rise in coronavirus cases. However, authorities have said the nationwide coronavirus lockdown will be lifted Thursday, even as new infections soared to record levels.
14 Jun 2021
A Nigerian regional governor called on the residents to "defend themselves" against bandits following the latest brutal attack.
23 May 2021
Several Greek villages have been evacuated as firefighters battle the country's first major blaze of the year on a mountain range overlooking the Gulf of Corinth. Six villages and two monasteries were evacuated after the fire broke out near the village of Schinos, some 90 kilometres (56 miles) west of Athens.
21 May 2021
Healthcare workers walk from village to village in Western Kenya's Siaya country in a mobile vaccination drive to reach people who live far from health facilities.
23 Apr 2021
Dozens have been killed in a series of raids on communities in Zamfara State, in north-western Nigeria. The region has seen a worrying spike in attacks from gunmen recently. Our correspondent Sam Olukoya tells us more. Also, France is defending the military takeover in Chad in the wake of the president's battlefield death, but the country's opposition says that current arrangements are dangerously fragile. And Ivorians are doing more of their shopping online. By 2025, e-commerce is expected to account for 10 percent of all sales. Our correspondents meet businesses profiting from the trend.
11 Dec 2018
In many Moroccan villages, bottled propane gas is the main source of power for cooking, heating and pumping water. Engineer Fatima Zahra Beraich has developed a simple process to make biogas from organic waste.

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