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From The42 Madagascar's sensational Africa Cup of Nations journey continues Dream

Madagascar's sensational Africa Cup of Nations journey continues

They beat two-time winners DR Congo to reach the competition’s quarter-finals

From The42 Ranked 108th in the world, Madagascar stun Nigeria to seal Africa Cup of Nations progress Upset This post contains videos

Ranked 108th in the world, Madagascar stun Nigeria to seal Africa Cup of Nations progress

Unbeaten Madagascar defeated the Super Eagles 2-0 to top Group B on Sunday.

From TheJournal.ie This little brown duck was once thought to be extinct - now, its been released back into the wild Quack
From The42 At least one person killed and nearly 40 injured after stampede at Africa Cup of Nations qualifier Madagascar

At least one person killed and nearly 40 injured after stampede at Africa Cup of Nations qualifier

Fans had queued outside the stadium nine hours before the start of the eagerly-awaited match.

From TheJournal.ie New advice issued for Irish people travelling to Madagascar after plague outbreak Outbreak

New advice issued for Irish people travelling to Madagascar after plague outbreak

At least 54 people have been killed in the outbreak.

From TheJournal.ie Highly contagious plague kills 30 people in Madagascar Widespread Panic

Highly contagious plague kills 30 people in Madagascar

Madagascar has a history of plague outbreaks almost every year since 1980, often sparked by rats fleeing forest fires.

From TheJournal.ie Boom times have made Madagascar the centre of the global vanilla trade - but it's not necessarily all a good thing Vanilla Skies This post contains videos

Boom times have made Madagascar the centre of the global vanilla trade - but it's not necessarily all a good thing

The country’s limited infrastructure has struggled to cope with the rise in crime that has gone hand-in-hand with demand for the spice.

From TheJournal.ie There's an outbreak of the bubonic plague in Madagascar Death

There's an outbreak of the bubonic plague in Madagascar

The outbreak has killed 40 people.

From TheJournal.ie Could Arabica coffee soon be extinct? Coffee

Could Arabica coffee soon be extinct?

Large-scale deforestation and climate change are putting the wild Arabica coffee bean at risk of potential extinction, say experts.

From TheJournal.ie 'Millions of lives' could be saved by new global subsidy for malaria drugs Malaria

'Millions of lives' could be saved by new global subsidy for malaria drugs

The first independent evaluation of the international scheme shows promise.

Cinemagoers run screaming from Paranormal Activity 4 Frightful This post contains videos

Cinemagoers run screaming from Paranormal Activity 4

Is the film really that bad?

Lemurs are "the world's most threatened mammal"

The destruction of their tropical forest habitat and an upsurge in hunting has been blamed for depleting lemur numbers.

Penguin breaks out of Tokyo aquarium

Run Penguin, Run. A penguin is at large after making a jailbird escape from Tokyo Aquarium.

From TheJournal.ie Daily Fix: Tuesday Daily Fix

Daily Fix: Tuesday

All the day’s news, and the bits and pieces you may have missed…

Gallery: 615 new species discovered in Madagascar since 1999 New Species This post contains images

Gallery: 615 new species discovered in Madagascar since 1999

Look through some of the World Wildlife Fund’s photos of new lemurs, chameleons and snakes discovered on the fourth-largest island in the world.

From TheJournal.ie Deaths as Cyclone Bingiza strikes Madagascar Cyclone

Deaths as Cyclone Bingiza strikes Madagascar

Damage to island assessed as category 3 cyclone hits during peak of cyclone season.