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The worldâ€™s third-largest growers of the Robusta variety of coffee beans say they will go bankrupt if prices do not improve.
Standoff in a working-class neighbourhood descends into violence, breaking an uneasy peace that had lasted several days.
Demand for rhino horn fuelled poaching that has wiped out all but two female northern white rhinos.
Tributes pour in as the veteran BJP leader and key member of PM Modi's first-term cabinet dies in a New Delhi hospital.
We meet with Dogon and Fulani leaders to unpack the complex intercommunal crisis facing Mali.
Simon Cheng returns to Hong Kong after 15-day detention, police say, as city braces for more anti-government protests.
The suspected short-range ballistic missile tests are the seventh weapons launch in a month.
As EU threatens trade retaliation, Brazilian president announces he has authorised troops to help contain raging fires.
A federal appeals court previously ruled he violated the US Constitution by blocking people whose views his disliked.
Where are the fires? Why is the Amazon important? Six things to know about the fires burning in the 'lungs of Earth'.
Surprise meeting comes after the leaders agreed to 'activate mutual efforts' to ease situation in Idlib, says Kremlin.
UNICEF highlights increased attacks on schools, teachers and students.
Sudan's ex-president is on trial for corruption charges but observers say judicial system is populated by his allies.
Iran foreign minister says Tehran could reverse nuclear steps if Europe fulfills commitments under 2015 deal.
Pressure builds on Brazilian president to do more to contain record number of fires raging in parts of the Amazon.
Media mogul's own Nessma TV channel reports 56-year-old was arrested as he traveled to Tunis.
Thousands rally in Algiers and other major cities to call for political overhaul and removal of ruling elite.
Government was accused of unjustly arresting Muslim citizens under the decree, which gave sweeping powers to detain.
Court ruling came before protesters could storm streets again.
Despite challenges inside and outside the community, Muslim Americans have stood up to Islamophobia and the far right.