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Kenyan Flower Growers: Push to reduce carbon emissions could cost jobs

At least forty percent of the roses sold in the UK are actually imported from Kenya. But a push to reduce carbon emissions, could see the number of flowers flown into the country and other European markets drastically reduced. And as Philip Owira reports, cutting imports may be good for the environment, but could have a devastating impact on workers.

Nairobi River Pollution: Contamination poses grave danger to Kenyans

Nairobi River Pollution: Contamination poses grave danger to Kenyans

Moroccan Berries: Farmers see Brexit as oppurtunity for growth

Moroccan Berries: Farmers see Brexit as oppurtunity for growth

Turkey looks beyond aid in its partnership with Africa

Turkey looks beyond aid in its partnership with Africa

EU agrees to cut car emissions by 35% by 2030 | Money Talks

EU agrees to cut car emissions by 35% by 2030 | Money Talks

Is Colombia’s Peace Deal Falling Apart?

Is Colombia’s Peace Deal Falling Apart?

The Push to Impeach Kavanaugh

The Push to Impeach Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh Controversy

Brett Kavanaugh Controversy

Benjamin Netanyahu's second chance

Benjamin Netanyahu's second chance

Who’s Behind the Saudi Oil Attacks?

Who’s Behind the Saudi Oil Attacks?

Saudi Oil Attacks

Saudi Oil Attacks

Xenophobia in South Africa

Xenophobia in South Africa

South Africa’s New Wave of Xenophobia

South Africa’s New Wave of Xenophobia

Is this the end of the Netanyahu era?

Is this the end of the Netanyahu era?

Tunisia’s Democratic Test

Tunisia’s Democratic Test

Tunisia Decides

Tunisia Decides

Tunisian teen author Amir Fehri speaks to The Newsmakers

Tunisian teen author Amir Fehri speaks to The Newsmakers

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