Month: December 2023


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Working at a giant snail’s pace a boon for Ivorian farmers | Business and Economy

They may weigh a maximum of 500 grammes (one pound) and only

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A way of saying ‘we shall overcome’: Playing football on Robben Island | Football

Cape Town, South Africa – One morning in December 1967, prison warders

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Floods, landslides kill dozens in northern Tanzania | Climate Crisis News

East Africa has been hit for weeks by torrential rain and flooding

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Guinea-Bissau president says this week’s violence was ‘attempted coup’ | Politics News

Clashes between two army factions broke out on Thursday night after two

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‘It gave me a purpose’: Surf therapy transforms lives in South Africa | Mental Health

Cape Town, South Africa – It’s a Monday morning and a dozen

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Refugee footballers in Zambia fight for place in top league | Refugees

NewsFeedA football team from a refugee settlement in Zambia is fighting for

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Five grassroots climate justice movements COP28 could learn from | Climate Crisis News

From kings to presidents, CEOs to non-profit bosses, many of the world’s

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Renewed violence in Sierra Leone is a sign of fragility, polarisation | Opinions

Two decades after the end of its deadly civil war, Sierra Leone

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UN Security Council to vote to end Somalia arms embargo after three decades | United Nations News

The embargo was placed on Somalia in 1992 to cut the flow

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