FARMERS

FARMERS

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  1. Thousands of olive growers, many waving olive branches, protested in Madrid

    Trump puts squeeze on Spanish olive oil producers

  2. The tailbacks caused by the tractors were a total of 1,136 kilometres long

    Tractor protest sparks 'biggest' Dutch traffic jam

  3. Sulawesi’s earthquake one year on | Video
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    Sulawesi’s earthquake one year on | Video

    A deadly earthquake that struck Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province last year has turned rice fields into wasteland, forcing farmers to look for ...
  4. French farmers hit hard by heatwave | Video
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    French farmers hit hard by heatwave | Video

    Much of Europe, including France, has experienced the hottest month of July on record - and that’s bad news for farmers. Water use restrictions ...
  5. The high suicide rate of farmers in western India | Video
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    The high suicide rate of farmers in western India | Video

    The third round of voting takes place on Apr 23 in India's seven-phase elections. Maharashtra, a state in western India, is home to millions of ...
  6. Farmers wait for the auction of onions at Lasalgaon market in Nashik district

    Collapse in India's onion prices could leave Modi smarting in election

    A spike in the price of onions has led to the ouster of governments in Indian elections in the past. Now, prices of the staple have collapsed, and ...
  7. US mid-term elections seen as a gauge of Trump’s policies | Video
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    US mid-term elections seen as a gauge of Trump’s policies | Video

    The upcoming US mid-term elections are seen as a gauge of President Donald Trump's policies. The ongoing China trade dispute has affected farmers ...
  8. Paulo Siqueira and Juliana Armelin, finance professionals who became coffee farmers, pose for a pic

    Commentary: What trade war? Brazil farmers see opportunity

    Trump's trade war opens up fresh opportunities for US competitors, who are aggressively working to get a foothold into markets once dominated by ...
  9. INSIGHT India drought1

    As a river dies: India could be facing its ‘greatest human catastrophe’ ever

    As crops and farmers die, experts blame a man-made “drought of common sense” for the drying up of Southern India’s Cauvery River, once a lifeline ...