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Yemen Coffee: Sellers say local industry is in decline

Coffee farmers in Yemen say the war there, and the resulting economic decline, have forced them to grow alternative crops to earn enough money to survive. But industry experts say a decline in coffee exports could be sorted with a change in thinking. Sarah Balter explains. #coffeeproduction #yemenwar #yemeneconomy

Guatemala Coffee: Climate change threatens quality and quantity

Guatemala Coffee: Climate change threatens quality and quantity

Americans get a taste of Turkish coffee with the Turkish Coffee Truck

Americans get a taste of Turkish coffee with the Turkish Coffee Truck

Guatemala Coffee: Climate change poses threat to coffee quality

Guatemala Coffee: Climate change poses threat to coffee quality

Mozambique Coffee: Coffee aims to save fast-vanishing rainforest

Mozambique Coffee: Coffee aims to save fast-vanishing rainforest

The War in Syria: Many schools without funding in Idlib province

The War in Syria: Many schools without funding in Idlib province

Pakistan Child Brides: Pakistani girls sold as brides to Chinese men

Pakistan Child Brides: Pakistani girls sold as brides to Chinese men

Algeria Election: Fresh protests as Tebboune replaces Bouteflika

Algeria Election: Fresh protests as Tebboune replaces Bouteflika

Bashir Trial: Sudanese court set to rule on corruption charges

Bashir Trial: Sudanese court set to rule on corruption charges

Impeachment Inquiry: Judiciary Committee votes to pass articles of impeachment

Impeachment Inquiry: Judiciary Committee votes to pass articles of impeachment

Algeria Election: Protesters denounce the election outcome

Algeria Election: Protesters denounce the election outcome

White Island Volcano: New Zealand military recovers six bodies after eruption

White Island Volcano: New Zealand military recovers six bodies after eruption

UK Election 2019: Boris Johnson returns to Downing Street after visiting queen

UK Election 2019: Boris Johnson returns to Downing Street after visiting queen

Climate Crisis: Maria Mendiluce, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Climate Crisis: Maria Mendiluce, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

UN urges Yemen’s warring parties to follow ceasfire

UN urges Yemen’s warring parties to follow ceasfire

Algeria Election: Two polling stations ransacked in Kabylie region

Algeria Election: Two polling stations ransacked in Kabylie region

Final day of hearings over claims of genocide in Myanmar

Final day of hearings over claims of genocide in Myanmar

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