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ICYMI – Suez traffic jam, Indonesian ecowarrior

So much of the world’s trade depends on the Suez Canal. And with the 400-meter-long megaship Ever Given blocking it, the media world has heavily relied on our coverage. The ship is in a military zone, and live transmissions in Egypt are severely restricted, with threats of five-year jail terms.

Meanwhile, we brought to light the story of Sadiman (pictured above), the Indonesian eco-warrior, that has turned barren hills green after 24 years of effort.

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