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28Dec 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

China-Arab cooperation in utilizing the China-developed BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS...

28Dec 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

"This is out-and-out coercive diplomacy." A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson refutes recent...

28Dec 2021
Sabato Kasika
The Guardian

FEMALE students are among the major victims of sexual harassment implemented by folks including...

28Dec 2021
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

AROUND 22.3 percent more rural Bangladeshi households reported food insecurity -- 18 months...

28Dec 2021
Kenneth Simbaya
The Guardian

Alternative care facilities in Arusha

THE future of any nation hinges on how the country invests on its children, simply put it, how...

27Dec 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

The South Korean government has decided to pardon ex-president Park Geun-hye, who is serving a...

27Dec 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

Memet Eli, a technician at a cleaning products company in China's Xinjiang, is a strongly self-...

27Dec 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

Students take part in a course of information and communications technology (ICT) at the College of Information and Communication Technologies (CoICT) of the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) in Dar es Salaam, the commercial capital of Tanzania, Dec. 23, 2021. About 500 Tanzanian students have benefited under a special program called the talent cultivation and development program. Starting 2018, the program has been run by Huawei Tanzania in collaboration with the UDSM through CoICT to promote innovative minds and improve the ICT sector in the country. TO GO WITH "Feature: Chinese company shapes young Tanzanians into ICT experts" (Photo by Herman Emmanuel/Xinhua)

For 31-year-old Dorcas Leskanga, the sky is the limit when it comes to learning computer...

25Dec 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​NOW it comes to the scary water crises, as it is estimated that, globally, over two...

25Dec 2021
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

​​​​​​​WOOED by the rich cultural heritage and attractions of affluent Chagga tribe, tourists...

25Dec 2021
The Guardian

According to the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), one of the main benefits of ripping is that can help to break up the hardpan which results from traditional plowing year-after-year, thus improving water infiltration and soil moisture.

WITH soil health high on the policy agenda, EURACTIV took a look at how advances in tractor...

24Dec 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan left behind by America's 20-year war, has been compounded...

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