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23Feb 2019
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TANZANIA is adopting conservation agriculture technologies to reduce the impact of unfavourable...

23Feb 2019
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Dickson Mwalubandu (in jacket), TRAGODE Coordinator of Programmes helps farmers to plant soybeans according to expert specifications. Photo: Guardian Correspondent

When Agatha Titus Mkayula of Mgama village of Iringa District in Iringa region started growing...

22Feb 2019
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When Agatha Titus Mkayula of Mgama village of Iringa District in Iringa Region started growing...

22Feb 2019
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Trafficking of wildlife is big business and big money. As transnational trafficking networks...

22Feb 2019
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Mothers are seen unwrapping their new bed nets to help protect them and their babies from mosquitoes and malaria.

Interview with Dr Jan Kolaczinski, Coordinator of the Entomology and Vector Control unit of the...

22Feb 2019
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 As the rescheduled Nigerian presidential election is just two days away, experts have warned...

21Feb 2019
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Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, Chicago Archbishop, right, speaks as Mons. Charles Scicluna, Malta Archbishop, and Rev. Hans Zollner, left, listen during a press conference on a Vatican summit on preventing clergy sex abuse, at the Vatican, Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

If Pope Francis needed a concrete example to justify summoning church leaders from around the...

21Feb 2019
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With its vast coastline and high levels of organised crime, treaty negotiations must include Africa’s priorities.

The world’s largest crime scene is not in any specific country or region. It is the area known...

21Feb 2019
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Pir Mohammed shovels dirt in front of his cousin's tent. His family arrived in Kabul five months ago, fleeing fighting and air strikes in Helmand province. He says it’s safer in Kabul, but he can’t access the humanitarian aid he relied on back home. Photo: Stefanie Glinski/IRIN

Twice a week, Farid Rahimi gets up at dawn, wraps a blanket around his shoulders to keep warm,...

21Feb 2019
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“There’s been very little accountability in South Sudan for what is chronic, endemic problem of sexual violence against women and girls,” the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights says. Credit: Jared Ferrie/IPS

Women and girls continue to face the brunt of violence in the northern region of South Sudan...

20Feb 2019
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Africa is acutely vulnerable to maritime crime, which has become a low risk, high reward business.

Piracy and armed robbery at sea have long been regarded as a threat to international peace and...

20Feb 2019
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UNITED Nations aid agencies and NGO partners have launched the 2019 Joint Response Plan (JRP)...

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