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LAKE VICTORIA, Kenya (Reuters) - Grandmother Millicent Agata's small farm has disappeared entirely under the floodwaters of a swollen Lake Victoria, forcing her family to join tens of thousands of other Kenyans seeking shelter from the worst floods in three generations.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal will use long-range drones and other surveillance means to reinforce the monitoring of summer wildfires, officials said on Monday, responding to concerns over the country's readiness to tackle forest blazes during the coronavirus pandemic.
SYDNEY: Suncorp Group revealed it was the latest of several large companies in Australia to underpay its workers, while announcing its banking unit expects to take a A$133mil (US$87mil) hit from the coronavirus pandemic.
SYDNEY: Australia’s headline inflation accelerated in the first three months of the year to climb back within the central bank’s 2%-3% target, reflecting how wildfire damage and the coronavirus shutdown impacted food prices before the pandemic sent the economy into a tailspin.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Radiation from fires that have torn through forests around Ukraine's defunct Chernobyl nuclear power plant poses "no risk to human health", the U.N. atomic agency said on Friday, based on data provided by Ukraine.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Wildfires have been ravaging the marshes of the Biebrza National Park in northeastern Poland, home to moose, beavers and unique wetland birds, since Sunday, as the country faces the severest drought in decades.
LONDON (Reuters) - Indigenous elders from Alaska to Australia have come together to deliver some tough love in a new film for Earth Day: the human race will only survive if we start putting our minds at the service of our hearts.
Cats treated for wildfire burns offer clues for human and veterinary medicine.
Wealthy denizens of Hollywood and Silicon Valley — an elite strata not always held in the highest esteem by the general public — have pledged large donations amid the global economic chaos to help those afflicted by the coronavirus.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The U.S. Forest Service has suspended controlled burns on public lands in wildfire-prone California because of the coronavirus pandemic, upsetting officials who see the program as key to preventing seasonal infernos like those that devastated parts of the state in 2018.