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Lack of rain in Zimbabwe making it difficult to recover from Cyclone

A drought in Zimbabwe has left more than half the population - about eight million people - on the brink of famine. While the country is no stranger to weather extremes, many are still recovering from Cyclone Idai which devastated the region less than a year ago. Reagan Des Vignes has this report. #Zimbabwe #Drought #CycloneIdai

Zimbabwe Drought: Wild animals in danger as water sources dry up

Zimbabwe Drought: Wild animals in danger as water sources dry up

Zimbabweans worry about access to basic health essentials

Zimbabweans worry about access to basic health essentials

Zimbabwe farmers’ compensation

Zimbabwe farmers’ compensation

Zimbabwe sold 30 baby elephants to China

Zimbabwe sold 30 baby elephants to China

Lebanon signs electricity deal with Syria and Jordan

Lebanon signs electricity deal with Syria and Jordan

Ankara holds migrants and media workshop

Ankara holds migrants and media workshop

Hamas films TV series in response to 'Fauda'

Hamas films TV series in response to 'Fauda'

Ukrainian troops on front line prepare for war

Ukrainian troops on front line prepare for war

Police investigate parties at Downing Street during lockdown

Police investigate parties at Downing Street during lockdown

EU foreign ministers in Brussels over potential Russian attack

EU foreign ministers in Brussels over potential Russian attack

NATO allies send jets, ships to enhance Eastern Europe defences

NATO allies send jets, ships to enhance Eastern Europe defences

Ukraine vows ‘dismantling’ pro-Russia groups after UK claims

Ukraine vows ‘dismantling’ pro-Russia groups after UK claims

On patrol with police in Eastern Ukraine

On patrol with police in Eastern Ukraine

Ukrainians near border hope for peace with Russia

Ukrainians near border hope for peace with Russia

Robot helps schoolboy learning from home be part of his classroom

Robot helps schoolboy learning from home be part of his classroom

Shootings raise coup concerns in Burkina Faso capital

Shootings raise coup concerns in Burkina Faso capital

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