When oceans speak

March 1, 2017 By Doyin Adeoye

A recent post-mortems carried out by some German experts on 13 dead whales that washed up on the beach near the German town of Toenning in Schleswig-Holstein, revealed that the animals’ stomachs and intestines were […]

US: Working globally to improve water security—Salzberg

March 1, 2017

United States’ Special Coordinator for Water Resources, Bureau of Oceans, Environment, and Science Affairs, Aaron A. Salzberg, recently had a teleconference with journalists across some African regions on transboundary water issues and the Water for […]

South Sudan seeks to plant 20m trees

March 1, 2017

South Sudan has set an ambitious target of planting 20 million trees in ten years in a bid to mitigate negative impacts of climate change, a senior official said Wednesday. Joseph Bartel, undersecretary in the […]

China arrests 1,180 for school bullying, violence

March 1, 2017

Chinese prosecuting departments in 2016 approved the arrest of 1,180 people involved in school bullying and violence, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) said on Wednesday. Prosecutors nationwide also filed charges against 2,449 offenders in 2016, […]

Namibia reports second Congo fever case

March 1, 2017

Namibia has confirmed a second case of Congo fever in the country this year, days after a 26-year-old farm worker died with the disease at a hospital 200 km from Windhoek, a report said. A […]

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