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Mozambique reforms timber sector to counter illegal logging

26 Jul 2018

ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Mozambique's government has introduced forestry reforms and signed a memorandum of understanding with China in an effort to control its hardwood exports and stop illegal deforestation.

Bermuda judge rules against law banning gay marriage

06 Jun 2018

HAMILTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Bermuda's top judge on Wednesday ruled against a new law banning same-sex marriage in the British overseas territory, a decision the government could now appeal, lawyers and witnesses said.

Feature: Insurance turns to coral reefs and mangroves as ocean risks surge

14 May 2018

SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Coral reefs, mangroves and even some fish could soon have their own insurance policies as the industry seeks new ways to boost protection for those affected by the ocean changes wrought by climate change.

FEATURE-Insurance turns to coral reefs and mangroves as ocean risks surge

14 May 2018

SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda, May 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Coral reefs, mangroves and even some fish could soon have their own insurance policies as the industry seeks new ways to boost protection for those affected by the ocean changes wrought by climate change.

Bermuda's gay marriage reversal sparks fears others may follow

21 Feb 2018

(This story has been refiled to clarify Brannon's role in paragraph 17)

Bermudian lawyer goes to court to challenge gay marriage reversal

20 Feb 2018

HAMILTON A Bermudian lawyer has filed a legal motion with the island's Supreme Court to undo a new law banning same-sex marriage, according to a court document seen on Monday.

Bermuda governor approves bill reversing same-sex marriage rights

08 Feb 2018

HAMILTON Bermuda's governor on Wednesday approved a bill reversing the right of gay couples to marry in the British overseas territory, despite a Supreme Court ruling authorising same-sex marriage last year.

Gambian ministry says up to Togo to resolve crisis

24 Oct 2017

BANJUL Gambia's Foreign Ministry said on Monday it was up to the people of Togo to decide whether President Faure Gnassingbe should stay in power after the minister told Reuters at the weekend that mediators should persuade Togo's leader to step aside.

Chad withdraws troops from fight against Boko Haram in Niger

13 Oct 2017

NIAMEY/DAKAR Chad has withdrawn hundreds of troops from neighbouring Niger, where they were helping local forces fight Boko Haram Islamist militants, humanitarian sources and officials said.

Senegal rebels issue warning over Astron's mineral sands mine

28 Sep 2017

DAKAR A dormant Senegalese rebel movement has called for the abandonment of a planned mineral sands project operated by Australia-listed Astron, saying it amounts to "a declaration of war".

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