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How plagues shape the global landscapeWhen cholera devastated Marseille in the 1830s, its mayor promised ...

Deccan Herald 24 Feb 2021
The lazaretto that had been designed for slaves was small and in precarious condition; another, built for the voluntary immigrants who arrived from lands as diverse as China, India, Yemen and Madagascar, was inaugurated in 1860 in the area known as La Grande Chaloupe (The Great Longboat).
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Which Airlines Leased Hi Fly’s Airbus A380?

Simple Flying 23 Feb 2021
Air Madagascar. Summer 2019 also marked an aviation milestone for the African island nation of Madagascar ... In doing so, the aircraft became the first A380 to land in Madagascar, when it arrived in Antananarivo on a scheduled flight from Paris on June 30th, 2019.
photo: Creative Commons / Heinonlein
Route Nationale 7 (Madagascar)
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Madagascar: A Nation of Hunger

Dissident Voice 20 Feb 2021
Madagascar is in great pain ... The extractivist engine of Madagascar’s economy has usurped lands intended for food crops and displaced the people living there ... In March 2009, the South Korean company Daewoo Logistics signed a 99-year lease in Madagascar for about 1.3 million hectares, or about half of the island’s arable land.
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World's tiniest reptile 'Brookesian nana' found in Madagascar'We discovered it in the mountains of northern ...

Deccan Herald 06 Feb 2021
Scientists have identified Earth's smallest known reptile, warning at the same time that sustained destruction of forests in northern Madagascar threatens its survival ... "We discovered it in the mountains of northern of Madagascar," Frank Glaw, curator of herpetology at the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology, told AFP in an interview ... Madagascar.
photo: Creative Commons / rank Glaw, Jörn Köhler, Oliver Hawlitschek, Fanomezana M. Ratsoavina, Andolalao Rakotoarison, Mark D. Scherz & Miguel Vences
Brookesia nana also known as the nano-chameleon
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World's tiniest reptile found in Madagascar

Gulf News 06 Feb 2021
Scientists have identified Earth's smallest known reptile, warning at the same time that sustained destruction of forests in northern Madagascar threatens its survival ... "We discovered it in the mountains of northern of Madagascar," Frank Glaw, curator of herpetology at the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology, told AFP in an interview.
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Huntsman spider devours a FROG after luring it into a fake shelter in stomach-churning images ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2021
A huntsman spider has been spotted devouring a frog after luring it into a fake shelter made of leaves, in Madagascar, Africa ... 'We were conducting a bird count on this piece of land just outside the village of Ambodiala, in north-eastern Madagascar,' said Dominic Martin from the University of Göttingen in Germany and one of the expedition members.
photo: ESA
File - Captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission, this image shows Cyclone Idai on 13 March 2019 west of Madagascar and heading for Mozambique. Here, the width of the storm is around 800–1000 km, but does not include the whole extent of Idai. The storm went on to cause widespread destruction in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe.
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Tropical storm Eloise enters Mozambique Channel

Independent online (SA) 21 Jan 2021
The storm was still on land, but near the north-west coast of Madagascar and was already showing signs of re-intensification ... At noon yesterday Meteo Madagascar said that with the crossing of the residual Eloise vortex from east to west, generalised heavy rain would affect several districts of the northwest coast until this morning ... Daily News .
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How much rainforest is being destroyed?

GlobalResearch 13 Jan 2021
Since 2002, the tropics lost more than 60 million hectares of primary forests, an area larger than the combined land mass of the states of California and Missouri or the island nation of Madagascar ... secure land rights, expanding protected areas, and improving forest monitoring.
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National and International Artists to Perform in 30th Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival

The Eastern Herald 05 Jan 2021
L Subramaniam ... A star performer from Madagascar Rajery playing the Valiha, will be featured for the first time ... Dr ... He plays the valiha, an emblematic instrument of Madagascar, between zither and tubular bamboo lute ... His music has its roots in the land of Madagascar, while combining a more universal music ... Musiques Vivantes de Madagascar.� Disclaimer..
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Artists to perform at Global Music Festival

Beijing News 04 Jan 2021
L Subramaniam. A star performer from Madagascar Rajery playing the Valiha, will be featured for the first time ... Dr ... P. J ... He plays the valiha, an emblematic instrument of Madagascar, between zither and tubular bamboo lute ... His music has its roots in the land of Madagascar, while combining a more universal music ... Musiques Vivantes de Madagascar.
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The long shadow of colonial forestry is a threat to savannas and grasslands

Phys Dot Org 04 Jan 2021
Tree planting to restore forests, capture carbon and improve the land has gained strong momentum in recent years. The Bonn Challenge and its offshoots such as AFR100, initiatives focused on forest restoration, have persuaded developing countries to commit millions of hectares of land to these projects.
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The Grand Tour's next episode on Amazon Prime Video: what we know watch grand tour ...

TechRadar 24 Dec 2020
Yes, the next Special will land later this year.Yes, it’s filmed in Madagascar and yes, there will be cars.Yes, we wanted to go to Russia.No, we couldn’t (we all know why).Yes, we will try again.No, we don’t know when.Yes, we will keep you updated.#TheGrandTourJuly 7, 2020.
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The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt gets surprise early release on Amazon Prime The Grand Tour

TechRadar 17 Dec 2020
The long-awaited return of The Grand Tour has landed a little earlier than expected – Amazon has surprise-released the Madagascar-set special, which has the official title The Grand Tour Presents ... Beginning on the island of Reunion but ending up in Madagascar due to reasons ...
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