The park's neighboring communities, wildlife and forests are at risk because of the war raging in and around Virunga Park
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A Uganda-based jackfruit processing company has taken a share of the rising vegan meat market in the Netherlands.
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Long-lasting Tropical Storm Freddy's deadly journey is nearly finished after the storm made its third and final landfall.
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Israel on Wednesday slammed as "disgraceful" the South African parliament's decision to downgrade Jerusalem's embassy in Pretoria to a liaison office
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The Grand Mosque of Djenne, the biggest mud-brick building in the world, is preserved annually by the citizens of a small village.
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Let there be light: How Congolese Refugee is Lighting up Kenya's Second-Largest Refugee Camp Through Solar
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Ugandan coffee farmers are not yet competing with established coffee-producers Brazil and Columbia, but rather neighbor Kenya.
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