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Lessons from Irish historical past on the results of ignoring the famine in Somalia

People fleeing drought arrive at an support camp in Mogadishu. Somalis face meals shortages as drought kills 3m animals and brought on crops to fail © Farah Abdi Warsameh/AP It's virtually 40 years since Band Aid and Live Aid, however Sir Bob Geldof is again with one other be-careful call to the world. The activist musician who as soon as referred to as herself a "loud-mouthed bitch with hair" desires us all to cease worrying for a second about how Ukraine's war-driven cost-of-living disaster will have an effect on us…

Because the Taliban invade Afghanistan, will Somalia be taught any lessons

Kabul, Afghanistan - Within days, Afghanistan had fallen into the hands of the Taliban, a move that could plunge the Asian nation into possible collapse, after years of civil war that saw even the US military intervene. After 20 years of the "boring" Afghan war, the United States is expected to end its mission in a few days. But despite the 300,000 Afghan soldiers and police trained by the international community, the Taliban are on the verge of seizing most of the country. Already, the Taliban have taken control of…

First lessons from the rise in fever in Senegal

After several days of demonstrations marked by violence that left between 5 and 11 dead, and while peaceful demonstrations are scheduled for today, March 13, Wathi shares some lessons to be learned from this rise in fever in Senegal. First lesson: forget the light labels. .

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