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Kenyan firm turns invasive water hyacinth into cooking fuel | Money Talks

A project in western Kenya is using biogas technology to tackle two major pollution problems. Through a special digester, the invasive water hyacinth is being converted into clean cooking fuel. Irem Koca tells us more. #Kenya #Pollution #Hyacinth

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

Emmy Awards dominated by streaming services | Money Talks

Emmy Awards dominated by streaming services | Money Talks

PM's party wins but misses out on parliamentary majority | Money Talks

PM's party wins but misses out on parliamentary majority | Money Talks

Australia's nuclear submarine deal with US, UK angers France | Money Talk

Australia's nuclear submarine deal with US, UK angers France | Money Talk

Markets slump as major Chinese builder faces default | Money Talks

Markets slump as major Chinese builder faces default | Money Talks

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

Biz in 60

New York firm operates eco-friendly vessel to ship goods | Money Talks

New York firm operates eco-friendly vessel to ship goods | Money Talks

Bitcoin mining surge worsens global e-waste pileup | Money Talk

Bitcoin mining surge worsens global e-waste pileup | Money Talk

African firms seek more business with Turkish counterparts  |  Money Talks

African firms seek more business with Turkish counterparts | Money Talks

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