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How reliant is the world on Indian rice exports?

Global rice prices are at their highest levels in 15 years, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The surge follows India’s announcement on July 20 that it would cease the export of non-basmati white rice with…


From Rif to Atlas: Youth-led NGO crosses Morocco to support rural tribes

Following the earthquake, a group of young Rifians cross the country to help Amazigh rural tribes in Atlas mountains.


Titan implosion: Is AI the future of deep-sea exploration?

Autonomous, unmanned, perpetually operating submersibles could be a safer and smarter route to the ocean's secrets.


FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried loses bid for release ahead of trial

US judge rules that any difficulties FTX founder has in reviewing evidence against him are 'of his own making'.


Sami activist protests in front of Norwegian parliament over wind turbines

Part of Europe's biggest wind turbine farm was built on land traditionally used by the Indigenous Sami community.


Power cuts in Sierra Leone as Turkey operator cuts supply over unpaid debt

The Turkish operator Karpower is one of three sources of electricity to Sierra Leone's capital city.


As he awaits trial, Andrew Tate continues to influence Romanian boys

Two teenagers discuss the self-described misogynist's impact on them as a Romanian clinical psychologist sounds alarm.


Back to school: Which countries spend the most on education?

Millions of children returned to school this week as summer holidays concluded in many parts of the northern hemisphere. However, it is estimated that 244 million children between the ages of six and 18 worldwide are still out of school.


Astronomers discover first ‘bubble of galaxies’ a billion light-years wide

The bubble is 10,000 times wider than the Milky Way and located 820 million light-years from our own galaxy.


Invasive species increasing at ‘unprecedented’ rates: What you need to know

Invasive species destroy forests, ravage crops and cause extinctions – making them a growing global threat.


‘We will be finished’: Modi manufacturing plan squeezes small Indian firms

Incentives to big manufacturers aimed at challenging China are threatening small businesses, India's economic backbone.


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