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China expands surveillance of sewage to police illegal drug use

Dozens of Chinese cities are chemically analysing sewage for traces of drugs, or their telltale metabolites, excreted in urine.
from Nature on Jul 20, 2018.
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WhatsApp India to limit ‘forwards’ to five users in bid to [...]

WhatsApp announced new curbs on its service in India after government censure over lynchings in the wake of the rapid spread of fake news and rumours.
from Times of India on Jul 20, 2018.

Warning of child and forced labour on Ghana and Ivory Coast [...]

Chocolate produced with cocoa from Ghana and Ivory Coast is at high risk of being tainted by forced labour and child labour, according to new research.
from Global Slavery Index on Jul 20, 2018.

'Dangerous complacency' could lead to second HIV/Aids epidemic

A resurgence of the HIV/Aids epidemic is likely as the largest generation of young people age into adolescence and adulthood, warns an international medical journal.
from The Lancet on Jul 20, 2018.

'Ship-by-ship' reaction to migrants won't work, warns UN

UN Refugee Agency chief Filippo Grandi says a "ship-by-ship" decision by several EU countries to take in 450 stranded migrants is not sustainable.
from UN on Jul 20, 2018.
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Kagame could be the next Mandela ― if he steps down

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame fulfills the promise of visionary, progressive leadership - but has refused to let go of power.
from Mail&Guardian on Jul 20, 2018.

Trade war fallout to lead agenda as China's elite gathers for [...]

The annual gathering of the Chinese communist party’s retired and serving elite could see domestic shifts but don’t expect a challenge to Xi Jinping’s agenda, observers say.
from South China Morning Post on Jul 20, 2018.
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Bangladesh plans nuclear power plant at Hilsa sanctuary

Bangladesh has made great efforts to conserve the Hilsa, but this may be undone as it sets up a nuclear plant near a sanctuary for the fish.
from Thethirdpole on Jul 20, 2018.
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