Archipelago continues to rebuild after natural disaster but predicted El Niño drought could hit food security
Two journalists were killed and third seriously wounded in a suicide car bomb attack on a hotel in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, in which 13 people died.
Nearly three months on from Nepal’s major quake, remote farming communities are battling huge losses as monsoons threaten further landslides
When the hills around his house began to shake, Budhman Ram Bahadur was out tending to his maize crop. He believes that saved his life. His mud-and-stone house collapsed, killing a buffalo, but he and his family of five survived.
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Guardian investigation uncovers extensive role of authorities, fishermen and traffickers in enslaving thousands of Rohingya, who were held in deadly jungle camps
Rohingya migrants trafficked through deadly jungle camps have been sold to Thai fishing vessels as slaves to produce seafood sold across the world, the Guardian has established.
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Hot weather devastating farmland has led to an abundance of seafood in the East Sea, and citizens are desperate to reap the benefits. Daily NK report
Wednesday 15 July 2015 00.00 EDT Last modified on Wednesday 15 July 2015 04.27 EDT
With North Korea in the midst of a severe drought, residents are rushing to the East Sea to catch squid. News of the profits available has spread rapidly, spurring a growth in seasonal jobs and a huge increase in the the price of housing along the country’s coast.