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    Ghét nhau gởi áo cho nhiều:

    100 tons of clothing from the west discarded every day in Accra
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...raders-tell-eu

    Kantamanto, which emerged in the 1960s out of a colonial-era mindset that pushed Ghanaians to adopt western clothing, now covers about 7 hectares (18 acres) of land, handling about 15m garments a week and providing work for about 30,000 people.

    Retailers buy and sort through 55kg (121lb) bales of clothing – most of it is either “deadstock” (clothes kept in warehouses and storerooms for years but never worn) or items donated to charities or left in recycling bins. About 6m of the better-quality items are sold or upcycled in the market every week.

    But about 40% of the textiles that arrive in Kantamanto are discarded as waste. The growth in “fast fashion” is pushing that figure up, and bringing a higher volume of lower-quality secondhand clothes. The drop in quality leads to more waste and erodes the traders’ earnings, sending many into debt.
    Áo xưa dù nhầu cũng xin bạc đầu gửi mãi cho nhau.
    (Hạ sách)

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    Tuyết Nam Phi Hồ:

    snow falls on Johannesburg for first time in 11 years
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...me-in-11-years

    Residents of South Africa’s biggest city, Johannesburg, were stunned by the first snowfall in over a decade on Monday, with some children seeing snow for the first time.While parts of South Africa regularly receive snow over the southern hemisphere winter months of June to August, Johannesburg last had snow in August 2012.

    South of the city in Brackenhurst, a Reuters photographer saw children making snowballs and snow angels in a school’s grounds.

    But for others, like delivery driver Chenjerai Murape whose motorbike would not start, the snow made life difficult.
    Nam Phi có gì lạ không em
    Mai anh về Jo-han-nes-burg
    Anh về giữa một thành phố trắng
    Là tuyết giăng đầy hay áo em?

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    Phi dân chủ:

    Niger soldiers announce coup on national TV
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...mohamed-bazoum

    A group of soldiers appeared on the west African country’s national television late on Wednesday, a few hours after the president had been detained.

    Reading from a statement, Colonel Amadou Abdramane, seated and flanked by nine other officers wearing fatigues, said the defence and security forces had decided to “put an end to the regime that you know due to the deteriorating security situation and bad governance”.

    He said the country’s borders were closed and all institutions of the republic suspended, and announced a national curfew. The soldiers warned against any foreign intervention.

    Lying in the heart of the Sahel, Niger is two-thirds desert and persistently ranks near to or at the bottom of the UN’s human development index, a benchmark of prosperity. It has a growing population of 22.4 million, driven by a birthrate averaging seven children for every woman.
    Được làm vua thua làm lính?

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    Mua nhân nghĩa:

    Putin promises free grain to six African nations
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...black-sea-deal

    “In the coming months, we will be ready to provide Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe, Mali, Somalia, the Central African Republic and Eritrea with 25,000-50,000 tonnes of grain free of charge,” Putin told attending African leaders on Thursday.

    Russia is hosting a two-day summit with the African continent designed to portray Moscow as a great power despite crippling western sanctions and growing unease in the global south over the country’s destabilising war in Ukraine.


    Commenting on Putin’s promises of free grain, the UN secretary general, António Guterres, said a “handful of donations to some countries” would not correct the dramatic impact the end of the deal would have.

    Observers believe that Putin will use this week’s summit to push a plan to supply grain directly to Africa and cut Ukraine out of the global market. Moscow has previously used the grain issue to find allies in the global south for its war in Ukraine and gather support against western sanctions.
    Có thực mới vực được bạo.
    (Tục ngữ)

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    Mua nhơn nghĩa

    "free grain": Việt Nam sau 75 chính quyền đổi gạo ngon của mình lấy bo bo Liên Sô (lại Liên Sô) ăn thấy mẹ luôn. Trả nợ....đời chớ làm gì có cái gì cho không.
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    BRICS thành BIRICASAE?

    Brics with admission of six new countries
    https://www.theguardian.com/business...ntries-to-bloc

    From the beginning of next year, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Argentina, the UAE and Ethiopia will join the current five members – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – it was announced at a summit in Johannesburg on Thursday.

    Ethiopia became the only low-income country in the group. Its prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, described it as “a great moment” for his country.

    Nearly two dozen countries had formally applied to join the group, but there had to be consensus among its existing five members for candidate countries to be admitted.
    Anh Fúc ở Việt nam chắc đọc tên nhóm này là Bờ Rờ I Cờ Sờ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post

    Anh Fúc ở Việt nam chắc đọc tên nhóm này là Bờ Rờ I Cờ Sờ?
    Bờ Rờ I Cờ Sờ bây giờ là Bờ Rờ I Cờ Sờ Bờ Lút (BRICS +)

    Có diễn đàn có mấy đứa dư luận viên Việt Nam hăng tiết vịt nói rằng BRICS + lên ngôi, tư bản G7 giãy chết đành đạch rồi. Có đứa còn đi xa hơn, đem BRICS ra so sánh với NATO. Oách đờ heo men. Cái đó đúng là có tri thức mà không có trí thức. hihihi.

    BRICS thành lập đã hơn một thập niên rồi. Tổng hợp các nền kinh tế quốc dân làm toán cộng thì thấy có vẻ bắt đầu ngang ngang hoặc thậm chí mạnh hơn G7 về tổng sản lượng nội địa. Nhưng lượm thêm một thành viên kiểu Á Căn Đình, nghĩa là "nợ ngập mặt", "nghèo rớt mồng tơi" thì không hiểu có thêm lợi lộc gì ngoài muốn tìm các con nợ, vốn đang nghèo để lợi dụng cho dễ thôi.

    Theo mình, G7 nên nhường phần cho tiền cứu khổ cứu nạn cho BRICS mỗi năm. BRICS kinh tế mạnh mà. Nên làm điều gì có phước cho cộng đồng từ cái thịnh vượng mình đang có mới là có bản lĩnh.
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    Đất dữ:

    fear and confusion after Morocco earthquake
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...cco-earthquake

    The earthquake struck shortly after 11pm local time, sending stone buildings and pieces of a towering minaret tumbling in central Marrakech and causing widespread panic far from the rural town of Ighil in the Al Haouz province, 44 miles south of Marrakech.

    Morocco experienced an earthquake of magnitude 5.8 in the coastal city of Agadir in 1960, which killed a third of the city’s population, an estimated 15,000 people. In 2004, a 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck the town of Al Hoceima on Morocco’s northern coastline, killing more than 600 people and making thousands homeless.

    Despite the unexpected force of Saturday’s earthquake, many began to ask whether Morocco’s proximity to fault lines and history of earthquakes meant the state could have done more to prepare residents for a disaster of this scale, especially in remote villages.
    Đất say đất cũng lung lay
    Trời say trời cũng thổi bay cửa nhà

    (Tản Đá)

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    Hoạ vô đơn giản:

    ‘Disastrous beyond comprehension’: Libya floods
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...oll-dams-burst

    The situation in Derna, the Libyan port city where two dams burst over the weekend, has been described as “disastrous beyond comprehension”, as the Red Cross and local officials said at least 10,000 people were missing after the devastating floods.

    Hichem Chkiouat, the minister of civil aviation, said many of the dead remained where the water left them: “Bodies are lying everywhere – in the sea, in the valleys, under the buildings,” Chkiouat told Reuters by phone after a visit to the city. “I am not exaggerating when I say that 25% of the city has disappeared. Many, many buildings have collapsed.”

    Video footage circulating on social media showed people pleading for help and screaming as muddy water engulfed their homes. Other video captured torrents sweeping away cars on streets, which had turned into rivers.
    Hết nạn ấy đến nạn kia
    Thiên tai lũ lụt lia chia bao lần
    (Địa trường tân thanh)

 

 

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