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  • Reuters

    Orphans in Congo fed palm weevil larvae in bid to beat malnutrition

    At an orphanage in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa, more than 60 children stared at their plate of palm weevil larvae fried up in spices, sharing nervous smiles, before curiously digging into the thick white worms. The orphans are being fed the protein-rich larvae, known locally as mpose, as part of an initiative from Kinshasa-based non-profit organisation Farms for Orphans, which is seeking to address malnutrition in the west African nation. Around one quarter of the country's 99 million population faces a food crisis and one half of all orphans are suffering from malnutrition, according to the World Food Programme.

  • NBC Sports Chicago

    Why did the Bears not pursue Calais Campbell?

    On this episode of Football Night in Chicago, Laurence Holmes is joined by Bears insider Josh Schrock to discuss the expectations for the Bears 2024 season. Schrock talks about why the Bears didn't pursue Calais Campbell?Why did the Bears not pursue Calais Campbell? originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

  • Variety

    Prosenjit Chatterjee, Srabanti Chatterjee-Starring ‘Devi Chowdhurani’ Nabs Indo-U.K. Co-Prod Status (EXCLUSIVE) – Global Bulletin

    CO-PRODUCTION “Devi Chowdhurani,” helmed by Subhrajit Mitra, has become the first Bengali-language film to secure official Indo-U.K. co-production status. The period drama, starring Prosenjit Chatterjee and Srabanti Chatterjee alongside Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Arjun Chakraborty, Darshana Banik, Bibriti Chatterjee and Kinjal Nanda, is produced by Adited Motion Pictures (U.S./India) and LOK Arts Collective (India/U.K.), with the U.K.’s …