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After the droughts, floods for hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans now in need of urgent food aid.
More than 350 people are confirmed dead, as responders try to reach hundreds of thousands of survivors at risk from floodwaters and cholera.
Labs, incubators, and hackathons are out of favour, while an ambitious alliance may not survive long enough to see its fourth birthday.
As the country stalls on prosecuting war crimes, some fear “a return to violence” against today’s minority communities.
Tens of thousands of indigenous Sahrawis are caught in the middle of the long-stagnant conflict.
After months of drought, flash floods bring more turmoil to rural communities in Afghanistan, with some fearing fresh downpours.
Aid programmes too often mirror the mindsets of foreign donors instead of the needs of the communities they are meant to serve.
Low immunisation rates that have claimed hundreds of children’s lives this year are driven by financial shortfalls and logistical hurdles.
The bid to bring in international aid was supposed to help Venezuelans. It hasn’t worked out that way, at least in the short term.
Last month’s peace deal is a chance to end years of conflict and displacement, but only if pitfalls around amnesty and justice are avoided.