Some 800,000 people will require food aid in Niger in the coming months despite a good harvest last year due to problems supplying cereals to markets, which have pushed up prices, and an influx of
North Korea has resumed construction work on an experimental light water reactor (ELWR) in a move that could extend its capacity to produce more material for nuclear weapons, website 38North report
Huge reserves of underground water in some of the driest parts of Africa could provide a buffer against the effects of climate change for years to come, scientists said on Friday.
Last night, as Earth Hour beganits monumental journey around the globe, hundreds of millions of people united to demonstrate that we urgently need to take action to protect our planet.
Seasoned oil market observers have struggled to find an adequate explanation for the surge in Brent prices over the past fortnight, which has taken front-month futures to the highest level since Ju
Libya’s new transitional government was only sworn in four days before the start of the UN climate summit in Durban on Monday.
The European Union’s executive arm announced plans on Wednesday aimed at stopping its countries from striking bilateral deals that cede too much power to oil and gas exporters like Russia.
Libyan women unload empty water bottles for filling at a distribution centre outside a Tripoli mosque on Monday
Before the rebellion broke out in February, Libya exported 1.3 million barrels of oil a day.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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