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22 Sep
One of the paradoxes of the climate crisis is that those who are primarily responsible for climate change are relatively better insulated from the impact, while those who have made the least contribution...
7 Oct 2019
Children under five years of age in Africa are much more likely to die than those in wealthy countries as a direct result of poor health outcomes linked to air pollution, unsafe water, lack of sanitation, an increased family size, and environmental degradation,....

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The British pound sank Thursday by more than one percent against the dollar after the Bank of England intervened on the bond markets to head off a fresh financial catastrophe.
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The multi-platinum R&B singer Kelly, who has been found guilty of sex crimes twice this year, will have to pay at least $300,000 in reparations to some of his victims, a federal judge said. U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly stated during a hearing in Brooklyn that the money will reimburse two women, going by the…
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The opposition African Democratic Congress (ADC) insist that its presidential candidate, Mr Dumebi Kachikwu remains expelled from the party. ADC's National Chairman, Chief Ralph Nwosu in a statement faulted the claims by Kachikwu that the party has resolved its differences with him. Nwosu who reiterated the resolve to rally support for over 1,980 candidates of…
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Myanmar's junta sentenced an Australian economist to three years in prison Thursday while also handing down another conviction to ousted leader Aung Saa Suu Kyi, a source told AFP on Thursday.
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Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said inappropriate marking of boxes or space provided on the ballot paper by voters may affect the outcome of the 2023 general elections. While stressing the need for Nigerians to vote correctly on election day, the commission said voters must follow the procedure for voting for their preferred candidate…