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Climate change will damage the health of an entire generation unless there are immediate cuts to fossil fuel emissions, from a rise in deadly infectious diseases to surging malnutrition, experts warned.
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian lawmakers voted on Wednesday to remove a ban on the sale of farmland for the first time in nearly two decades, a move supported by the country's foreign backers that risks a political backlash.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese bank deposits are safe and there is no need to panic, the head of the banking association said on Saturday, seeking to calm nerves about restrictions on some withdrawals imposed after nationwide protests.
When it comes to beer, there are few countries in the world that does it as well as Belgium. It produces some of the most highly-rated beers in the world, and the country’s beer culture was even listed as an ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity’ by Unesco in 2016.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The heaviest rains in years have fallen across parts of Australia's east coast, bringing relief to some struggling livestock farmers, although the showers are not likely to break a drought that has crippled the country's grains sector.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - When Yara Kabalan's weekly coffee delivery arrived at her Beirut minimarket on Tuesday against the backdrop of nationwide protests that have shut banks, it was not business as usual.
TWO male goats with only an eye each were recently born in Kampung Tok Sangkut near Rantau Panjang in Kelantan, Sinar Harian reported.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina's farmers have some questions for President-elect Alberto Fernandez, after the center-left Peronist won a decisive election on Sunday, ousting business-friendly leader Mauricio Macri.
SALADILLO, Argentina (Reuters) - There is a saying among farmers when times are hard on the Argentine Pampas: "Unsaddle the horse until the sun comes out". That saying is starting to spread in farm towns like Saladillo, after the populist-leaning Peronists won back power on Sunday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Protesters formed a human chain across Lebanon on Sunday, pressing a historic wave of demonstrations against political leaders blamed for corruption and steering the country towards economic collapse.