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Zimbabwe's new interim President Emmerson Mnangagwa says huge sums of money and other assets have been taken out of the country

Zimbabwe to Offer White Farmers 99-Year Land Leases

In a hopeful sign for post-Mugabe Zimbabwe, his successor President Emmerson Mnangagwa has decided to stop seizing land from white farmers, offering them 99-year leases on their property instead.

Two handcuffed 15-year old Venezuelan teenagers (L) await as police officers talk at a police station after being arrested for assault with a deadly weapon in the district of Sucre, Caracas on March 27, 2009. Crime, violence and insecurity are major issues in Venezuela, considered by NGO Venezuelan Violence Observatory …

Venezuela: Nearly 10,000 Minors Killed in 2016

Venezuela, home to the deadliest city in the world, experienced the homicides of nearly 10,000 underaged individuals in 2016, and 35 percent of homicide victims were under the age of 20.

Daily Looting: Venezuelans Empty Truck Full of Milk, Set It on Fire

Daily Looting: Venezuelans Empty Truck Full of Milk, Set It on Fire

A mob of starved Venezuelan residents in central Carabobo state stopped a truck full of powdered milk Monday night, looting its contents and setting parts of the truck on fire. Incidents like this, many caught on video, are occurring on a daily basis in the socialist nation as the government struggles to subdue protesters.

November 26, 2015 shows a foggy forest on the Spanish canary island of Tenerife. The fog collection uses large canvas to trap the condensation contained in the fog, formating water droplets which are collected after flowing down the net. AFP PHOTO/ DESIREE MARTIN / AFP / DESIREE MARTIn

Carbon Dioxide Is Not Our Enemy

Beneath all the furious arguments and billion-dollar politics of the climate change debate lies a core assertion: human industry is pumping more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which is raising the temperature of the Earth, in a way that will harm all living things.

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‘Spoiler Alert’ App to Eliminate $1 Trillion in Food Waste

Given that the world is full of hunger, volatile food prices, and social unrest, a pair of recent MIT Sloan Business School graduates have launched a mobile application called Spoiler Alert to make it quick and easy for companies to sell or donate millions of tons of surplus food.

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Eighty Percent of Yemenis Dependent on Humanitarian Aid as Starvation, Dengue Fever Ravage Civilians

Nearly 80% of Yemen’s civilian population is dependent on humanitarian aid for food and water, while six million are believed to be suffering “severe” hunger, and up to 8,000 people may have contracted Dengue fever. This is the dire portrait of a war-torn nation the United Nations presented this week, as fighting between Shiite Houthi rebels and supporters of Sunni President Hadi and Saudi Arabia continue to struggle for power.