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Editorial Roundup: Michigan | Michigan News

Detroit News. Oct. 21, 2021. Editorial: Protest exposes Line 5 security risk The protest at a Line 5 pumping station in Michigan’s Thumb appears to have been frivolous – a dozen or so young activists mostly hanging out in a parking lot listening to music – but it exposes serious …

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Over 1,000 Kapelebyong residents displaced by waterlogging: a total of 3,845 crop gardens, especially cassava, peanuts and sweet potatoes, damaged – Uganda

Over 1,300 households have been displaced by waterlogging in Amero Parish in Acowa Sub-county, Kapelebyong District. This was after more than 1,500 residents’ homes were destroyed by waterlogging in the eight villages of Ikobatum, Achanga, Ajesai, Obu-Aiteng, Moru-Isiru, Kokorio, Rogom and Oitu-Osasa. John Peter Eceru, the sub-county disaster manager, said …

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THE PICK OF DEATH

At present, Delhi is seeing an increase in the number of dengue patients, reporting the peak number of cases since 2018 due to the prolonged monsoon. SUPRIYA RAMESH talk to experts to find out more According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cases of dengue have increased dramatically around the …

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Haiti’s health needs remain high two months after the earthquake

Over time, the number of patients suffering from earthquake-related injuries has decreased, but many people suffer from diseases related to poor hygiene and living conditions, such as skin lesions, acute respiratory infections, parasites, gastritis, and infections of the genital and urinary tract. Patients with serious illnesses are referred to functional …

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