Agriculture

Rains like no other: Iraq is tested in era of climate change

May 2, 2019

Iraq's wettest rainy season in decades erases crippling drought, fills reservoirs but also tests infrastructure

At least 150 die from tainted liquor in India's northeast

Feb 24, 2019

At least 150 people have died and about 200 people have been hospitalized after drinking tainted liquor in two separate incidents in India's remote northeast

Stray cows to be bar coded in Indian state to counter menace

Jan 30, 2019

Authorities in India's most populous state have been ordered to bar code stray cows and use vacant buildings to shelter them in response to farmers' complaints that the closure of slaughterhouses has created a menace of crop-destroying, free-range cattle

Indian farmers march seeking better prices for produce

Nov 30, 2018

Thousands of farmers are marching to India's Parliament demanding higher prices for their produce and a government waiver on their farm loans to alleviate hardships.

AP PHOTOS: In Pakistan, Ansa, 10, starts her day with prayer

Oct 11, 2018

AP PHOTOS: United Nations annual girl child day: 10-year-old Pakistani girl Ansa Khan starts each hectic day with a prayer

Indian farmers march to seek better prices for produce

Sep 5, 2018

Thousands of farmers, workers and agricultural laborers have marched through New Delhi streets demanding better wages, more jobs, higher prices for their produce and an end to privatization of state-run companies

Outrage grows over attacks on Muslim cattle traders in India

Jul 26, 2018

Outrage is growing in India over a series of mob attacks on minority groups involved in cattle trade

Rivers dry and fields dust, Iranian farmers turn to protest

Jul 19, 2018

Farmers in central Iran turn to protests as drought, government mismanagement of water destroy their livelihoods

Iraq bans farming summer crops as water crisis grows dire

Jul 5, 2018

Iraq bans farmers from planting summer crops this year as crippling water shortage shows few signs of abating

Indian workers repair damage after deadly dust storm

May 4, 2018

Workers were rushing to restore electricity to scores of towns and villages in northern and western India where a powerful dust storm and thundershowers caused more than 120 deaths

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