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The case will argue the meat giant knew of the potential environmental consequences of industrial-scale chicken farming. The US meat and grain giant Cargill must compensate those affected by pollution in the River Wye or face court proceedings, lawyers preparing to sue the company have warned. Legal papers served to the company by the law firm Leigh Day say hundreds of people have suffered loss and damage because of pollution linked to growing industrial chicken farming in the region. The firm also demands that Cargill cleans up the river. Leigh Day’s letter to the company, seen by the Bureau…

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The supermarket is the last in the UK to stock products from a farm in Kenya where guards are accused of beating and killing suspected thieves TBIJ co-publishes its stories with major media outlets around the world so they reach as many people as possible. Iceland has backtracked on a recent statement and confirmed it is still stocking Del Monte pineapple products from a farm in Kenya linked to alleged human rights abuses. Two weeks ago, when approached for comment after violence broke out near Del Monte’s Thika plantation, an Iceland spokesperson told TBIJ it did not stock products from…

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The traditional African jacket, known for its vibrant patterns and cultural significance, has become a highly sought-after item in global fashion markets, with prices ranging from $4,500 to $7,000. This surge in popularity highlights the growing appreciation for African craftsmanship and design in the international fashion scene. The traditional African war jackets, often made from luxurious fabrics symbolize protective garments  for ancient African warlords. Each jacket is meticulously handcrafted by skilled artisans, incorporating intricate patterns and vibrant colors that tell a story of tradition and identity. The traditional African jacket is not just a fashion statement but also…

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Samsung forecast an increase of more than 20 per cent in Q2 revenue due to heightened demand for AI products, resulting in a major bump for its memory chips. The Korean vendor estimated sales will hit KRW74 trillion ($53.6 billion) in the quarter ending 30 June 2024, up 23 per cent year-on-year. Operating profit is estimated to increase 15-fold to KRW10.4 trillion, from KRW670 billion a year earlier. The guidance reflects a trend among big technology companies to develop their own advanced AI models, resulting in demand for D-RAM chips. Prices of D-RAM have also risen by 13-18 per…

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In a highly contentious decision, a Ghanaian divorced man with 3 children claiming to be gay has been denied asylum in Ireland. The decision by the Irish immigration authorities has sparked a heated debate about the treatment of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and the standards of proof required for their claims. Asylum Seeking Claim The man, whose identity has not been disclosed for his safety, sought asylum in Ireland, citing persecution due to his sexual orientation in his home country of Ghana. Homosexuality is illegal in Ghana, where LGBTQ+ individuals face significant social stigma, discrimination, and the threat of violence.In…

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An investigative report suggests that Ghanaians’ reluctance to protest against economic hardship is not due to a peaceful disposition but rather a complicity in the systemic issues plaguing the country. The report, by the AMN (Asanteman) News Agency, has ignite a debate, soul-searching among citizens and policymakers alike. Economic Struggles and Public Apathy Ghana, like many African nations, has faced significant economic challenges in recent years, including high inflation, rising unemployment, and a widening gap between rich and poor. Despite these hardships, there has been a noticeable lack of large-scale public demonstrations demanding change. The report argues that this…

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A remarkable display of resilience and civic activism, Kenyans have emerged as the true giants of Africa by confronting their government over the escalating economic hardships facing the nation. Thousands of citizens, particularly the youth, have taken to the streets in cities across the country, demanding urgent action to alleviate economic distress and improve living conditions. A Nation in Economic Crisis Kenya, a nation often celebrated for its vibrant economy and innovation, has been grappling with severe economic challenges in recent years. Rising unemployment, inflation, and the high cost of living have left many Kenyans struggling to make ends…

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In a vibrant display of cultural exchange and musical prowess, students from the California Institute of Arts (CalArts) delivered an impeccable performance of traditional Ghanaian music at the Centre for National Culture in Kumasi. The audience was treated to masterful renditions of the Fontomfrom, Adowa, and Kete ensembles, showcasing the students’ dedication to and appreciation of Ashantis heritage. The event, part of an ongoing cultural exchange program between CalArts and Kumasi Cultural Center, drew a diverse crowd of locals, students, and cultural enthusiasts. The evening began with the powerful rhythms of the Fontomfrom drums, traditionally used to…

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Thousands of Kenyans took to the streets on Monday to protest against the government’s recently announced financial policies, which have sparked widespread public discontent. Demonstrators gathered in major cities, including Nairobi, Mombasa, and Kisumu, displaying remarkable courage in the face of heavy police presence and potential repercussions. The protests were triggered by new austerity measures and tax increases aimed at addressing Kenya’s mounting public debt and fiscal deficit. These policies, introduced by President William Ruto’s administration, include significant hikes in fuel and food prices, as well as cuts to public sector salaries and social services. Critics argue that these…

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Israeli airstrikes targeted the Al-Shati refugee camp in Gaza early Monday morning, resulting in significant casualties and widespread destruction. The densely populated camp, home to thousands of Palestinian families, witnessed scenes of chaos and grief as rescue teams scrambled to pull survivors from the rubble. https://amnewsworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/fMgtkwmHwHDYBfIy.mp4 Our sources revealed that the bombing killed at least 23 people, including several children, and injured dozens more. The exact number of casualties is still being determined as rescue operations continue. Hospitals in Gaza City are overwhelmed with the influx of wounded, with medical personnel working around the clock to provide care. …

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