Thousands of Londoners die by pollution

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Air pollution causes an estimated 32,000 premature deaths a year in Britain and between 157,000 and 319,000 people in London are exposed to nitrogen dioxide levels above EU limits

Yearly, nearly 9,500 Londoners have a premature death due to air pollution.

This has been established by the researchers at the prestigious King’s College London and reported by the British newspaper The Guardian last Wednesday. Read More

Yemen: Two thirds of people no access to fresh water

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A girl is drinking unsafe water

Clean drinking water is a growing problem in the war-torn Yemen.

Due to the ongoing bombardments and fighting, again millions of people have been cut from the basic needs of fresh water.

Oxfam warns: “They are forced to drink unsafe water, causing the outbreak of various diseases.”

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