Sudan’s gum arabic farmers worry about climate change | Sudan News

Sudan is the world’s main producer and exporter of gum arabic, according to the United.

Typhoon Hagibis kills many as it batters Japan, troops deployed | Japan News

Japan has sent tens of thousands of troops and rescue workers to save stranded residents.

Exploring the influence of Muslim culture on the West | Arts & Culture

London, United Kingdom – A 19th-century painting of a harem by European artist Antoine-Ignace Melling.

India, China agree to tackle trade deficit, call for new era | India News

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have held a summit dominated.

Karoui and Saied face-off in Tunisia presidential election | News

Tunis, Tunisia – A week after the parliamentary election and three weeks since the first.

Turkey claims capture of key Syrian border town | Turkey News

Turkey‘s military says it has taken control of a key Syrian border town as Ankara.

Chile’s indigenous groups decry discrimination on Columbus Day | Colonialism News

Santiago, Chile – Thousands of protesters have marched in Chile‘s capital, Santiago, denouncing discrimination against the country’s indigenous peoples amid.

Ecuador unrest: Amazonian women denounce ‘state violence’ | Ecuador News

Quito, Ecuador – Lineth Calapucha distributed blankets and clothes to other protesters in a cultural.

UK climate activists hold ‘funeral procession’ for the planet | News

Carrying flowers, coffins and papier-mache skeletons, thousands of protesters have staged a symbolic funeral procession.

Mistrust of elites fuels rise of Tunisia’s presidential hopefuls | Tunisia

Cite Ettadhamen, Tunisia – For most of the past decade Murad Joba, 42, has flitted from.