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Jeremy Lovell

Jeremy Lovell

    Climate change: Poor 'paying heaviest price'
    Climate change: Poor 'paying heaviest price'
    Businessmen who take flights rather than use video conferencing are adding to global warming that is condemning millions of the world's poorest...
    Poor children main victims of climate change
    Poor children main victims of climate change
    Millions of the world's poorest children are among the principal victims of climate change caused by the rich developed world, a United Nations...
    UN: High food prices unleash silent tsunami
    UN: High food prices unleash silent tsunami
    A "silent tsunami" unleashed by costlier food threatens 100-million people, the United Nations said on Tuesday, but views differed as to how to...
    Build your own future eco-city in new climate show
    Build your own future eco-city in new climate show
    Want to have a go at building you own eco-city of the future? London's Science Museum is offering visitors the chance to do just that in an...
    BA calls in help to move T5 baggage mountain
    BA calls in help to move T5 baggage mountain
    British Airways drafted in extra staff on Sunday to shift 15 000 items of baggage built up since the disastrous opening of its showcase...
    JK Rowling's magic tales fetch R26,9-million
    JK Rowling's magic tales fetch R26,9-million
    A hand-written, illustrated book of wizardry by Harry Potter author JK Rowling fetched a record £1,95-million (about R26,9-million) at...
    World must be careful on food-miles issue
    World must be careful on food-miles issue
    Ending imports of fresh food from Africa under the pretext of combating climate change risks destroying entire communities that have become...
    UK anti-abortion marchers demand change in law
    UK anti-abortion marchers demand change in law
    British Pro-life campaigners rallied outside Parliament on Saturday to demand changes to the law they say has led to 6,7-million abortions since it...
    Congo pygmies appeal to World Bank over logging
    Congo pygmies appeal to World Bank over logging
    A delegation of rainforest pygmies from Democratic Republic of Congo will fly to Washington this week to complain to the World Bank about its...
    UN: Booming crime in teeming cities divisive
    UN: Booming crime in teeming cities divisive
    Crime is booming in sprawling cities of the developing world but fear of attack outweighs the reality and is further dividing already divided...
    Britain set to call for new Zim sanctions
    Britain set to call for new Zim sanctions
    Britain will call on the European Union to extend sanctions against members of Zimbabwe's ruling elite as the country's humanitarian crisis plumbs...
    MDC: Zim crisis is world's worst
    MDC: Zim crisis is world's worst
    The humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe has become the world's worst but is still largely ignored by the international community, a member of the...