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Protesting Indian farmers endure severe heat wave – video

Hundreds of Indian farmers who have been camping for over 100 days between the Punjab and Haryana states to demand better prices for their crops have been enduring a savage heat wave sweeping swathes of northern India.

Temperatures in Delhi, not far from the protest, have hit a record high of 49.9C (121.8F), as authorities warned of water shortages in India’s capital

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29/05/2024 - www.theguardian.com

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Revealed: the rural Californians who can’t sell their businesses – because LA is their landlord

Los Angeles has long owned large swathes of the Owens valley. An investigation reveals how the city has tightened its grip

This article is reported by AfroLA and co-published by AfroLA, Guardian US and the Mammoth Sheet. It’s the first of several stories examining the impact of Los Angeles’s extensive landownership in the Owens Valley.

A red horse statue perched on a 12ft pole greets drivers coming to the town of Bishop from the south. It’s one of the first landmarks here, part of Mike Allen’s corrugated metal feed store – a local institution that sells camping gear, livestock feed and moving equipment in this expansive region of inland California.

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29/05/2024 - www.theguardian.com

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This Summer Could Be Even Hotter - The Atlantic

This Summer Could Be Even Hotter  The Atlantic

29/05/2024 - news.google.com

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