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Global Newsstand: Extreme weather is beginning to affect Australia – and the world, and more

The Guardian / Sydney, AustraliaExtreme weather is beginning to affect Australia – and the world

“The northern hemisphere faced a polar vortex, while Australia during December and January was the hottest on record,” writes R. Keller Kopf. “People and the environment are suffering at both ends of the planet because of the extreme events. Australia’s heatwave has exposed cracks in our unsustainable

The Hindu / Chennai, IndiaCould India benefit from the US-China trade war?The New Times / Kigali, RwandaThe state of the African UnionAl Jazeera / Doha, QatarDiversifying away from oil will be a complex process for the Arab worldThe Independent / LondonSocial media is enabling the proliferation of hate speech

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