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  • ‘I Want my Kids to Know What a Rhino and Turtle Are’ – #ClimateStrike Kids Say
    IPS Correspondent Crystal Oderson took to the streets in Cape Town, South Africa and chatted to children about the #ClimateStrike. The post ‘I Want my Kids to Know What a Rhino and Turtle Are’ – #ClimateStrike Kids Say appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • Boko Haram’s Youngest Victims
    Jo Becker is the children’s rights advocacy director at Human Rights Watch The post Boko Haram’s Youngest Victims appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • When the Search for Jobs Ends in Slavery
    This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group. The post When the Search for Jobs Ends in Slavery appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • Tana River Bears the Cost of Development
    Geoffrey Kamadi reports for InfoNile on the Tana River. InfoNile is a geojournalism platform mapping data on water issues in the Nile River basin of Africa with journalism stories to promote transboundary peace. The post Tana River Bears the Cost of Development appeared first on Inter Press Service.
  • African Development Bank Plans for a Self-sufficient, Integrated and Industrialised Continent
    Arama Sire Camara, a fruit and vegetable seller in the province of Kindia, some 135 km from the Guinean capital of Conakry, feels safer trading well into the night thanks to the Rural Electrification Project, financed by 21-million-dollar investment by the African Development Bank. “With lighting on the road at night and illuminating our goods, […]
  • AfDB ‘s Solar Project Aims at Making Africa a Renewable Power House
    When UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres launched the International Solar Alliance last October, he applauded the goal of mobilizing about $1 trillion dollars towards the deployment of some 1,000 gigawatts of solar energy by 2030. “It is clear,” he said, “that we are witnessing a global renewable energy revolution.” That revolution is also taking place under […]
  • Dumping Fossil Fuels to Drive Green Development
    Disinvestments in fossil fuels amounting to 11 trillion dollars – eight times the global GDP – have been recorded in the last six months of this year, according to a new report. ‘$11 Trillion and counting: new goals for a fossil-free world’, was released by 350.org in Cape Town, South Africa this week ahead of  the Financing the […]

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  • Residents in Syria’s embattled Idlib hold anti-UN protest
    Hundreds of people in Syria’s embattled North-East province of Idlib on Friday took to the streets to protest against the UN Security Council’s failure to adopt a ceasefire resolution. Idlib, Syria’s last key rebel stronghold, had since in April, been the target of a military government campaign supported by allied Russia. The 15-member Security Council […]
  • Applicant docked for stealing phone
    A 22-year-old applicant, Danlami Ibrahim, was on Friday arraigned before a Magistrates’ Court in Minna for allegedly stealing a phone. Ibrahim is standing trial on two-count charge of criminal conspiracy and theft, contrary to sections 97 and 288 of the penal code law Police Prosecutor, Insp. Thomas Peter, told the court that the accused conspired […]
  • Maternal mortality: Rotary donates medical items to FCT
    Rotary International Club, District 9125, on Friday donated medical items to the FCT Administration to reduce maternal and child death in the territory. Dr Kolawole Owoka, who led other members of the club on a courtesy visit to the acting Executive Secretary, FCT Health and Human Services Secretariat (HHSS), Mr Musa Abdulrahim, said that the […]
  • Group to sensitise Ikorodu youths on dangers of engaging in crimes
    Dr Fatai Abatan, President, Ikorodu Division Youths Initiative Movement (IDYIM), said the group would soon organise series of orientation programmes to intimate youths on the consequences of engaging in crimes. Speaking during the inauguration of IDYIM Board of Trustees in Ikorodu on Friday, Abatan said that the group planned to establish a vocational centre where […]

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  • United States to send troops to bolster Saudi defences
    United States President Donald Trump on Friday approved sending American troops to bolster Saudi Arabia’s air defences after the largest-ever attack on the kingdom’s oil facilities, which Washington has squarely blamed on Iran. The Pentagon said the deployment would involve a moderate number of troops – not numbering thousands – and would be primarily defensive […]
  • Why the nation slept through the ‘Landmark judgement’
    Several years ago, I was in a plane with two veteran journalists, Chief Eddy Aderinokun and Mr Olu Akaraogun. We were on our way to Yola to see Alhaji BamangaTukur. The late Akaraogun, one of the most versatile journalists of his generation, sat next to me. As usual, we were discussing politics and the state […]
  • Toni Conceicao: Former Portugal international named Cameroon coach
    Former Portugal international Toni Conceicao has been named as the new coach of the Cameroon national team, sports minister Narcisse Mouelle Kombi announced on Friday. Continue reading Toni Conceicao: Former Portugal international named Cameroon coach at Vanguard News.

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