Nearly 80 million people, half of them children, were displaced from their homes at the end of 2019, according to a new report by the United Nations refugee agency, released to coincide with World Refugee Day. Edward Baran reports.
Coronavirus will not be eliminated and Britons must learn to live with it,Tony Blair warned as he urged the Government to focus on containment measuresto see the country through a second wave. The former prime minister saidinfrastructure to stop the spread of the virus was critical as anothernational lockdown would not be possible, suggesting that people instead needto learn to live safely with the virus.
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This year, few are witnessing the annual migration of thousands of wildebeest from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya — one of the seven wonders of the world.View on euronews
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A small team of Tanzanian miners discovered the largest tanzanite stones in the country's history. Saniniu Laizer, 52, a Maasai miner, and his team found the two stones weighing 20.4 pounds and 11.3 pounds. According to CNN, the stones were found at Mererani hill in the country's northern Manyara region. Lazier sold the stones to the government for 7.7 billion Tanzanian shillings or $3.3 million. Tanzanites have a blue or deep violet color and can only be found in Tanzania.