Nearly 260,000 people died during the famine that hit Somalia from 2010 to 2012, a study shows.
In 2009, Hassan Ahmed Hussein brought an industrial bread-making machine from abroad to install in his hotel in downtown Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland.
Stresses on water supplies aggravated by climate change are likely to cause more conflicts and water should be considered as vital to national security as defense, the United Nations report said on
Press Council of India chairman Markandey Katju on Sunday hit out at Gujarat CM Narendra Modi describing as “phoney” his claims of development in the state.
Press Council of India Chairman Markendya Katju today hit out at Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, describing as “phoney” his claims of development in the state and saying its malnutrition rate
ICDDR,B is spreading its technical know-how to African countries to help them overcome tropical diseases.
Two ICDDR,B doctors, also experts in cholera management, returned home Wednesday after a two-week visit to the Horn of African countries —Somalia and Kenya — where they trained more than 50 health
A tsunami alert was issued in Maldives yesterday after Indonesia’s geophysical agency reported a powerful earthquake off Banda Aceh province.
Famine is over in war-torn Somalia but the problems are not: Haweyo Ibrahim survives on meagre food aid handouts rather than return to her village, controlled by Shebab rebels who killed her husban
The United Nations said on Friday that the famine that has killed tens of thousands of people in Somalia this past year has ended, thanks to a bumper harvest and a surge in emergency food deliverie
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