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DRC’s power transfer: Constitutional court upholds Tshisekedi’s election

The constitutional court of the Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed the election of Felix Tshisekedi as the new president of the country, rejecting...

America

US: Pain From The Government Shutdown Spreads. This Time It’s Food...

Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health News Antoinette Martinez was relieved when she heard she would receive her food stamps for February about two weeks early. Her...

Asia

Global rules should follow outcry over China’s gene-edited babies

By Crispin Maslog The world’s first gene-edited babies, twin girls Lulu and Nana (not their real names), whose birth was announced only two months ago...

Australia

Australia under the grip of heatwave

Currently under the grip of heatwaves for the fourth consecutive day, several parts of Australia have witnessed record levels of temperature. According to the Bureau...

Europe

British parliament rejects Brexit deal

The British Parliament on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted against a deal that the Theresa May government had reached with the European Union to allow an...

International

Coffee in trouble: 60% of wild coffee species threatened with extinction

by Shreya Dasgupta, Mongabay Of the 124 species of wild coffee known to science, 75 species, or 60 percent, are threatened with extinction due...

India

Most Delhiites do not understand AQI measurement

While Delhi remains the most polluted capital city of in the world, with the air quality staying often at hazardous levels, a new survey...

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Why does malaria recur? How pieces of the puzzle are slowly...

Miles B. Markus, University of the Witwatersrand Some people suffer from repeated attacks of malaria. These can occur weeks to months or longer after contracting...

Marginalised

How harvesting natural products can help rural people beat poverty

Ornamental craft made from palm leaves and pine cone in grass baskets are sold in Eswatini. Deepa Pullanikkatil Deepa Pullanikkatil, University of Glasgow Every day, people around...

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