Huge locust swarms raise fears of food shortages in South Sudan

UN counsels 25 million people could be affected as wartorn country is been hit by fresh motion of insects Swarms of desert locusts, which have been ravaging cultivates and grazing land across east Africa, have recently been intersected their own…

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Joseph Shabalala, Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder, dies aged 78

South African government pays tribute to singer whose group gained worldwide popularity after collaborating for Paul Simons Graceland Joseph Shabalala, the bandleader who delivered the South African vocal accordance group they collaborated with Paul Simon on his 1986 recording Graceland,…

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Berlin’s nightclubs fight for same cultural status as opera houses

Clubs tell parliament that without safety, gentrification menaces their existence Berlin’s renowned nightclubs are on track to be awarded the same racial status as opera houses and theaters in order to protect them from gentrification. A group dedicated to protecting…

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UN calls for urgent evacuation of Lesbos refugee camp

Senior doctor warns of major pandemic peril due to lack of healthcare in the Greek camp The UN refugee agency has called for the urgent removal of class and sick parties from the Moria camp on Lesbos. Over the weekend…

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Coronavirus: two deaths in Wuhan thought to be first of foreign nationals

US citizen, 60, died of virus, while Japan says citizen who died had evidences of virus A US national in China has become the first native confirmed to have died from the new coronavirus, while a Japanese man too died…

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Sun! Samba! Street crime! Red-faced Rio highlights the negative

Instagram post about being cheated in the city is accidentally shared by tourist agency When marketing Rio de Janeiro, Read more: https :// www.theguardian.com/ world-wide/ 2020/ feb/ 05/ brazilian-tourism-board-shares-awkward-instagram-post

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Dramatic police chase gatecrashes Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade

Kansas City Chiefs fans waiting in freezing temperatures for their units Super Bowl victory parade got some unexpected war on Tuesday Kansas City Chiefs fans waiting in freezing temperatures for their team’s Super Bowl victory parade got some unexpected activity…

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Politicians pander to the ‘folksy’ Midwest – but ignore the region’s radical history | Jessa Crispin

The Iowa caucuses aim rolled sleeves, province exhibitions and tepid centrism. But the midwest was obligated with socialists sweat and abolitionists blood It happens every general elections. Successful candidates will get all folksy. They will munch a corn hound, they…

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‘My party is a cult’: Republican Joe Walsh on his Iowa challenge to Trump

Taking the nomination from the president is like throwing tennis balls at a tank but the ex-congressman presses on About 50 parties met around the room. Several had no intention of voting for the candidate. Several more were reporters from…

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Rachel Maddow on her critics: Your hatred makes me stronger. Come on! Give me more!

The MSNBC legions evidence has become a safety blanket for countless US progressives. She discusses her demonisation by the right, tackling the presidents lies and coming out at 17 Rachel Maddow, the US TV host, has a message for her…

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