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UN Human Rights Council 45 statement under Item 2 – General Debate
New emergency project to help displaced people in Zimbabwe fight COVID-19
New study into air pollution exposure in African children
United States Imposes Sanctions on Zimbabwean Businessman Kudakwashe Tagwirei
UK Government matches another £5 million of donations for coronavirus appeal after huge public response
UK Government doubles public donations to tackle coronavirus in vulnerable countries
Repealing waka jumping law on table
Cricket Australia & Zimbabwe Cricket postpone ODI series
Comparing covid-19 data worldwide with a click of mouse
Veterinarians recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
World Bank Economic Analysis Says Tanzania Can Seize Important Opportunities to Mitigate Negative Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic
Social Status Helped and Hindered by Same Behaviors and Traits Worldwide
2020-21 Men’s and Women’s International fixtures announced
Local Statement on human rights situation in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe’s National Day
Cyclone Idai one year on
Message to Congress on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Zimbabwe
Text of a Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Zimbabwe
MIT launches master’s in in data, economics, and development policy, led by Nobel laureates
UNICEF mourns death of Dr. Peter Salama
British medics in Samoa among humanitarian heroes of 2019
Drop in cholera cases worldwide, as key endemic countries report gains in cholera control
Chemists develop paper-based sensor to detect potent nerve toxins
Climate fuelled disasters forcing more than 20 million people a year from their homes
Expanding education: From Africa to Cambridge and back again
University commits significant funding to research global challenges
Four Priorities for African Aviation
Climate Contributes to Hunger Crisis in Southern Africa
More than 52 million people across Africa going hungry as weather extremes hit continent
As climate shocks intensify, UN food agencies urge more support for Southern Africa’s hungry people
Bring On Summer: Outdoor Orchestral Concerts
Homeland of modern humans
‘DNA time capsule’ reveals birthplace of modern humans
Viable alternatives to trophy hunting exist, say scientists
Polocrosse World Cup delivers windfall for Warwick’s economy
Breeding program matching oil quality with market demand
New funding for Zimbabwe micronutrient research
Denmark Landcare Champion set to represent WA on national stage
UK aid-funded mine clearance success in Angola to be repeated in Zimbabwe
Puffer jackets packed with cocaine
Personal meet and greet with Priscilla Presley
UN Human Rights Council 42 – UK delivers statement under Item 2 General Debate
FCO statement following death of Robert Mugabe
Bedrest for high-risk pregnancies may be linked to premature birth
Mental health professionals from nine African nations at QUT for a customised course
Psychological Stress Is Hard on Body, but Coping Mechanisms Can Make for Healthier, Happier Lives
Research Bias May Leave Some Primates at Risk
UNESCO laureate helps a young woman continue her studies in Zimbabwe