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Water is already scarce on Cape Verde, a small island nation off Africa's west coast. As climate change exacerbates the problem, what can the country's government do about it?
Take a walk in a Berlin park or woodland right now and you'll be met with the familiar, overpowering fragrance of wild garlic. Did you know you can eat it too?
He's 43 years old, six feet tall and pretty wrinkly: The world's last remaining male northern white rhino has joined the dating app Tinder in a last-ditch bid to save his species from extinction.
Philippines troops are battling IS-affiliated militants for a fourth day in the southern city of Marawi. Authorities said foreign fighters were among those who had been killed. The city was overrun earlier this week.
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Donald Trump's son-in-law is reportedly being investigated for meetings with the Russian ambassador and a sanctioned bank. He failed to disclose the meetings when applying for White House security clearance.
During meetings with EU leaders, US President Donald Trump threatened to curb the sale of millions of German cars in the US. In comments leaked to German press he said Germany was acting in a bad way.
A group of medical students has been helping people injured during anti-government protests.
Taiwan's Constitutional Court has ruled in favor and has asked the parliament to change the laws within two years.
Two men have been caned 83 times in the Indonesian province of Aceh for having consensual sex. With the exception of Aceh, homosexuality is not illegal in Indonesia, but the country's low-profile LGBT community has been under siege in the past year.
She has been widely ridiculed on social media after making this comment.
For almost 150 years, the Ringling Bros. Circus toured across the US with its acrobats and animals. But financial struggles and animal rights protesters forced them to take a final bow - with laughter, hugs and tears.
Dancing and singing in mixed gender groups? In Iran this is strictly prohibited. But this night, things were different.
After its beautiful makeover this village has become an attraction for tourists.
Miri Regev's clothing clashed with popular sensibilities at the French film festival.
Authorities in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, have declared a national state of emergency.
The new French cabinet has a fair sex ratio. Out of 22 ministers, 11 are female.
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Jordan’s desert is growing. Global 3000 looks at projects preserving the country’s biodiversity.
Fertility treatment is allowed in Iran – but remains a taboo subject.
In India a hypothermia monitoring device in bracelet form protects preterm and low-weight newborns.
The mobile camel clinic visits remote communities in the Rift Valley to provide healthcare.
Richmond Hill Prison on the Caribbean island of Grenada runs on biogas.
Tielle comes from the southern French port town of Sète. It's a savory pie made with chopped squid.
Cows are sacred in India – but the country is still one of the world's biggest cattle exporters.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is one of the world's main suppliers of the precious mineral coltan.
Conservationists want to save the Balkan lynx – and growing cowslips could help.
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