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Edwin Snowe Jr: Proposed ECOWAS Standby Force Not Practicable

This Day 20 Jul 2024
Why is terrorism, banditry, kidnapping still lingering in West Africa and the Sahel, despite efforts by the government and multilateral institutions to nip the violent crisis in the bud?. Yn Africa, we ...
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Wildfires in South Africa are set to increase: How legal action can help the country ...

Phys Dot Org 18 Jul 2024
As climate change drives temperature increases and lower precipitation in southern Africa, research has found that there is likely to be an increase in the number of wildfires in regions that are already hot, dry and water scarce.
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Africa and the History of Civilisation

Quillette 16 Jul 2024
... warlord, who established a slave trading empire for Zanzibar’s clove plantations, organising raids in Central Africa to acquire new slaves, whom he forced into the Indian Ocean slave trade.
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World Shaking Up! Epic Political & Economic Earthquakes, by Michael Hudson

The Unz Review 15 Jul 2024
And it’s been the periphery, because the role of the periphery is to enable the Global South, South America, Africa, South Asia, to export raw materials, minerals, oil, plantation products, and also ...
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NATO vs Voters, by Michael Hudson

The Unz Review 13 Jul 2024
Let’s empty out the raw materials of South America and Africa. Let’s make them plantation crop exporters, and they’ll import things from the West ... within Latin America, within Africa.
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Investigation confirms more abuses on Nigeria, Sierra Leone Socfin plantations

Mongabay 27 Jun 2024
... allegations of human rights violations and environmental damage raised by communities living around the Belgian transnational company’s oil palm and rubber plantations in Africa and Southeast Asia.
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A small shrub used to make IndyCar racing tires could help save rainforests and make ...

Business Insider 27 Jun 2024
Nearly all that natural rubber comes from the Hevea brasiliensis, or rubber tree, found in forests and plantations primarily in Southeast Asia, with some in West Africa as well.Tappers harvesting rubber sap at a plantation in Indonesia.
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Surrealism and Us

Fort Worth Weekly 26 Jun 2024
Born in Africa, enslaved in Haiti, and convicted of attempting to poison thousands of plantation owners, Makandal may have — quite possibly could have — escaped being burned at the stake.
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Who profits from the soaring price of cocoa?

Raw Story 25 Jun 2024
In March, prices rocketed to more than $10,000 a tonne in New York after a poor harvest in West Africa due to a combination of bad weather conditions and disease devastating aging plantations ... - Wide gaps between producers - ... - Middlemen in the hunt -.
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Who profits from the soaring prices of cocoa ?

Gulf-Times 24 Jun 2024
Though cocoa prices on the financial markets have soared, the rise is benefiting cocoa growers, bean processors, speculators and chocolatiers in unequal measure.In March, prices rocketed to more than ...
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Who profits from soaring price of cocoa?

Independent online (SA) 24 Jun 2024
Who profits from the soaring price of cocoa? ... In March, prices rocketed to more than $10 000 (R179 639) a ton in New York, after a poor harvest in West Africa due to a combination of bad weather conditions and disease devastating ageing plantations.
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Not tall profits from soaring cocoa prices

The Manila Times 23 Jun 2024
In March, prices rocketed to more than $10,000 a tonne in New York after a poor harvest in West Africa due to a combination of bad weather conditions and disease-devastating aging plantations ... Wide gaps between producers ... Middlemen in the hunt ... ....
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Not all profits from soaring cocoa prices

The Manila Times 23 Jun 2024
In March, prices rocketed to more than $10,000 a tonne in New York after a poor harvest in West Africa due to a combination of bad weather conditions and disease-devastating aging plantations ... Wide gaps between producers ... Middlemen in the hunt ... ....
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Radical Traditional: Folk Music for Summer, by Patrick Clarke

The Quietus 20 Jun 2024
“Unravelling the history of movement, reclaiming the banjo as an instrument and tracing its roots back to Africa.” The old time music that Aggs plays on the fiddle, they note, “came out of the ...
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Bright White Light: More on White Men Achieving Most and Being Vilified Worst, by Tobias Langdon

The Unz Review 18 Jun 2024
... them from their homes and carrying them across the Atlantic at huge expense in lives and suffering to toil at voyages’ end in sugar-plantations and cotton-fields for the enrichment of Whites.

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