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Official opening of worlds first children’s operating room in a refugee camp

Ceremony to celebrate work of paediatric surgeons making a huge impact The long-awaited opening ceremony of the first dedicated paediatric operating room within a refugee...

Satellite study reveals that an area in Africa emits one billion tonnes of carbon

A vast region of Africa affected by drought and changing land use emits as much carbon dioxide each year as 200 million cars, research...

Heart of daftness: Scots actress Louise Linton lampooned over African memoir

SCOTS actress Louise Linton faces a backlash over claims in a book that she almost died at the hands of African rebels. Edinburgh-born Linton -...

Unique eagle chick bred in Scotland at a cost of £35K

A £35,000 eagle chick has been bred in captivity for the first time in Scotland. The Verreaux’s eagle, which originates from Africa, is a “nightmare”...

Scots scientists give potato advice to sub-Saharan Africa

SCOTS scientists are lending a helping hand to sub-Saharan Africans - by providing them with potato advice. Specialists at the James Hutton Institute for agricultural...

Renowned wildlife artist donates Cecil the lion painting to LionAid

  TO mark World Lion Day, and honour the memory of Cecil the lion, international wildlife artist Pip McGarry is donating a never before seen...

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