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Kenya's Mara region sees steep decline in tourism

Coronavirus pandemic and a drop in tourism are hurting Kenya's Mara region. Locals make a living from international tourists who flock to see its spectacular wildlife. But since March, revenues have plummeted due to strict measures to control the virus. Adesewa Josh has more. #kenyatourism #maratourism #kenyanews

Coronavirus sharply affects Kenya’s tourism industry, worse than ever

Coronavirus sharply affects Kenya’s tourism industry, worse than ever

Boxing lessons give a sense of normalcy to Kenyan children

Boxing lessons give a sense of normalcy to Kenyan children

Rural women in Indian villages battle economic troubles

Rural women in Indian villages battle economic troubles

Tourism industry in Europe hit hard this summer

Tourism industry in Europe hit hard this summer

Indian healthcare workers demand better conditons

Indian healthcare workers demand better conditons

Kiev welcomes some residents back

Kiev welcomes some residents back

TRT World screens first film festival

TRT World screens first film festival

Hunger grips Uganda's northeast

Hunger grips Uganda's northeast

Texas police admit error in waiting to storm classroom

Texas police admit error in waiting to storm classroom

Zelenskyy appeals for more weapons as fighting escalates in east

Zelenskyy appeals for more weapons as fighting escalates in east

Millions of tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine due to blockades

Millions of tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine due to blockades

Sievierodonetsk mayor: At least 1,500 people killed by Russia

Sievierodonetsk mayor: At least 1,500 people killed by Russia

California parched by its worst ever drought

California parched by its worst ever drought

Türkiye marks anniversary of 1960 coup

Türkiye marks anniversary of 1960 coup

America's biggest gun lobby to hold meeting after mass shooting

America's biggest gun lobby to hold meeting after mass shooting

Global warming may lead to irreversible damages in Antarctica

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