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World's tiniest reptile found in Madagascar
Scientists believe they may have discovered the smallest reptile on earth — a chameleon subspecies that is the size of a seed.
Humanitarian crisis looms in Madagascar amid drought, pandemic
In southern Madagascar, “famine-like conditions” have doubled the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance compared with last year, to more than 1.3 million.
'World's ugliest orchid' among new species named in 2020
Orchids are not often called ugly, but that is how the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, London, described a new species of the normally vibrant and delicate flower discovered in the forests of Madagascar.
Hunger crisis accelerating in southern Madagascar: WFP
Hunger is on the rise in southern Madagascar due to consecutive years of drought, affecting half the region’s population, or 1.5 million people, and forcing most families to eat insects, the World Food Programme (WFP) reported.
Madagascar minister fired over $2m lollipop order
Madagascar's education minister has been fired over plans to order more than $2 million (£1.6 million) worth of sweets for schoolchildren.
Children as young as five make up most of Madagascar’s mica mining workforce
Children as young as five make up more than half the number of miners scavenging for mica in Madagascar, according to a leading child rights group.
Deforestation must be seen as global threat:  Pope in Madagascar
Pope Francis said on Saturday rapid deforestation and reduction in biodiversity in individual countries should not be treated as local issues since they threaten the future of the whole planet.
Madagascar starts voting in bid to end poverty, corruption
Millions of voters in Madagascar queued in long lines early on Wednesday to cast their ballots in a presidential election as the Indian Ocean island struggles to create jobs, fight poverty and end corruption.
Protesters in Madagascar demand president resignation, as anti-govt. rallies continue
More than 1,000 anti-government activists have rallied in Madagascar's capital for an eighth consecutive day, demanding the resignation of the president.
Crisis in Madagascar as price of vanilla nears that of gold
Vanilla is one of the world’s most popular seasonings and an important ingredient in products ranging from perfume to ice-cream; but it is no longer the staple it was around the world. Madagascar, the world's main producer, is facing a crisis.
20 dead as powerful storm hits Madagascar
A powerful tropical storm that lashed the island of Madagascar has left 20 people dead and affected 19,000 more, according to an official toll.
Plague kills 94 in Madagascar, WHO working to prevent spread
A plague epidemic has killed 94 people on the island of Madagascar and could spread further, the World Health Organization said on Friday.
Madagascar struggles to contain plague outbreak (Video)
A plague outbreak in Madagascar has killed at least 74 people and 805 cases have been reported so far. The government has deployed resources to curb the disease, but many obstacles remain.
Plague wreaks havoc in Madagascar
An unusually widespread outbreak of the plague is menacing Madagascar.

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