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24Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

With the rise of rightwing nationalism, primarily in the Western world, an increasingly large...

24Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

Despite strict controls, protected species are threatened by poaching and trafficking fuelled by Gulf states markets. File photoBY JIHANE BEN YAHIA

Hunting in Tunisia is strictly regulated, and hunting of protected species like houbara bustards...

23Jul 2019
James Kandoya
The Guardian

FOR Aidan Fitavangu, tree farming is everything to him and other people in Nzinyi village,...

23Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

In the rest of its term, can SA deliver tangible results and continue unifying an African position? File photo

South Africa is six months into its third term on a highly divided United Nations Security...

23Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

In 2019, there are measles outbreaks in the US and Europe; Ebola outbreak in DRC and Uganda and several other infectious disease outbreaks in Nigeria, Vietnam and South Africa. Photo: IPS

The 2019 G20 Summit was held recently in Osaka, Japan. The Summit ended with the “G20 Osaka...

23Jul 2019
James Kandoya
The Guardian

Iseke Village woman demonstrates before others how to prepare diversified food for their families to prevent malnutrition.

REGINA Ernest a resident of Iseke village in Ikungi District Council, Singida region delivered...

23Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

People attend a vigil for victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand March 24, 2019. File photo

"Shoot. Pause. Shoot. Pause. I remember thinking it had to be one shooter," says Ole Martin Juul...

19Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

Justice minister Lamola’s decision to halt Manuel Chang’s extradition raises expectations that the new administration will prioritise justice. File photo

South Africa’s new justice minister Ronald Lamola has shown a creditable commitment to the rule...

19Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

Local school children eat their meals at the Ban Bor Primary School in Xay District, Lao People's Democratic Republic. Photo: FAO

Over 820 million people across the globe are currently undernourished, according to a new report...

19Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

The United Nations launched its 2019 report on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), showing...

19Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

Students training in MIANI centre in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. They are acquiring skills to pursue a career in the tourism industry. Photo: UNESCO

When the United Nations commemorated World Youth Skills Day, there was one stark reality that...

18Jul 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

Alaa Salah, a 22-year-old Sudanese student became the symbol of the peaceful ouster of dictator Omar al-Bashir. File photo

It is an image of resistance that went viral across the world. Alaa Salah, a young Sudanese...

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