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The young Cameroonians studying medicine in Madagascar

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India steps-up military outreach to Africa with exercise & chiefs' conclave

Senior Army officers on Friday said the 10-day AFINDEX exercise, in which contingents from nine countries (Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Niger, Seychelles,..
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Cameroon 'Diaspora Kitchen' festival: Around 20 chefs celebrate in Mouanko [Video]

Cameroon 'Diaspora Kitchen' festival: Around 20 chefs celebrate in Mouanko

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Cameroon ride-hailing app provokes taxi drivers’ ire [Video]

Cameroon ride-hailing app provokes taxi drivers’ ire

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Martinez Zogo: Colleagues remember killed Cameroonian journalist [Video]

Martinez Zogo: Colleagues remember killed Cameroonian journalist

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Cyclone Freddy brings deadly flooding to South-East Africa, more than 220 lose life | Oneindia News [Video]

Cyclone Freddy brings deadly flooding to South-East Africa, more than 220 lose life | Oneindia News

Tropical Cyclone Freddy hit the coast of Southern Africa for a second time over the weekend, bringing its total death toll to more than 220 people in Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar. According to the meteorologists, the month-long storm has already broken at least one record and could break two more. #CycloneFreddy #Malawi #Mozambique

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New Conservation Strategy Aims at Saving Evolutionarily Distinct Species [Video]

New Conservation Strategy Aims at Saving Evolutionarily Distinct Species

New Conservation Strategy , Aims at Saving , Evolutionarily Distinct Species. 'Wired' reports that some conservationists say saving species that are both evolutionarily distinct, as well as endangered, should take priority. Rikki Gumbs, a conservationist at the Zoological Society of London, says efforts should be aimed at saving a number of strange and wonderful species, like solenodon. . Rikki Gumbs, a conservationist at the Zoological Society of London, says efforts should be aimed at saving a number of strange and wonderful species, like solenodon. . These shrew-like creatures are one of the only venomous mammals alive today. . About 76 million years ago the two living solenodon species diverged from their fellow mammals. . In 2007, conservationists created a new metric called EDGE, which stands for, “evolutionarily distinct and globally endangered.”. The term was developed as a means of prioritizing species that represent a broad span of evolutionary history. . Species with high EDGE scores all are evolutionarily distinct, have few living ancestors and are extremely endangered. One of these species is the Madagascar blind snake, a burrowing reptile that split from its closest living relative about 65 million years ago. . There are a lot of species out there that are overlooked, and when you get to know them they are just as charismatic and beautiful as the ones we’re aware of. , Rikki Gumbs, Conservationist at the Zoological Society of London, via 'Wired'. On February 28, 2023, the new measure, called EDGE2, was published in the journal 'PLOS Biology.'

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Cyclone Freddy hits Madagascar after striking Mauritius; causes at least 5 casualties |Oneindia News [Video]

Cyclone Freddy hits Madagascar after striking Mauritius; causes at least 5 casualties |Oneindia News

At least five people have died after a tropical cyclone battered Madagascar's east coast, with heavy rain and powerful winds tearing roofs off houses and triggering a storm surge. On Tuesday, Cyclone Freddy made landfall, weeks after another tropical storm killed 33 and left thousands without shelter. Schools have been shut and traffic has been suspended in 10 regions. #CycloneFreddy #Madagascar #Mauritius

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Cyclone Freddy heads to Mozambique after trail of destruction and deaths in Madagascar [Video]

Cyclone Freddy heads to Mozambique after trail of destruction and deaths in Madagascar

More than 16 thousand people were affected, with 4,500 houses flooded or damaged on the island off the African east coast. According to the authorities five people have died.

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Madagascar suspends schools as cyclone Freddy makes landfall [Video]

Madagascar suspends schools as cyclone Freddy makes landfall

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