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Indonesia Pollution: Jakarta tries to clean world's filthiest river

As many as 30 million Indonesians depend on a river, which according to the World Bank, is also the world's dirtiest. The government is now trying to clean it up - but as Yasin Eken reports, many people there believe it might be wasting its time.

Climate of Change: Who pays the bill for fighting global warming?

Climate of Change: Who pays the bill for fighting global warming?

Climate Change: India's disappearing island worries villagers

Climate Change: India's disappearing island worries villagers

Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

G20 countries responsible for 78% of all emmisions

G20 countries responsible for 78% of all emmisions

UN human rights office 'concerned' over violent crackdown

UN human rights office 'concerned' over violent crackdown

UN: A 'humanitarian catastrophe' is unfolding in Haiti

UN: A 'humanitarian catastrophe' is unfolding in Haiti

Kremlin proxies claim victory in referendum annexation polls

Kremlin proxies claim victory in referendum annexation polls

Historic city of Susa on road to recovery

Historic city of Susa on road to recovery

Hurricane Ian to hit Florida as storm intensifies

Hurricane Ian to hit Florida as storm intensifies

Lebanon’s only airport fighting to survive

Lebanon’s only airport fighting to survive

Turkish town gliding towards silky revival

Turkish town gliding towards silky revival

US hosts White House conference on hunger as inflation rises

US hosts White House conference on hunger as inflation rises

Polls close on Tuesday in four Kremlin-led Ukraine regions

Polls close on Tuesday in four Kremlin-led Ukraine regions

Pakistan's south battles malaria outbreak

Pakistan's south battles malaria outbreak

British pound tumbles to new all-time low against the US dollar

British pound tumbles to new all-time low against the US dollar

Fears of sabotage as gas pours into Baltic from pipelines

Fears of sabotage as gas pours into Baltic from pipelines

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