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Dutch court orders Shell to pay Nigerian farmers for oil leaks


Energy giant Shell ordered to compensate Nigerian farmers for damage caused by oil leaks. The Dutch court decision seen as a victory for the villages and environmentalists. A COVID-19 wave in Zimbabwe floods hospitals, killing rich and poor. It's a wake-up call for the nation's elites, with their money and influence unable to overcome the crumbling health system. And a community in Ivory Coast turning plastic waste into school buildings... A partnership with UNICEF using the landfill as a source for 100 percent plastic bricks.

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