1. Uganda Approves $1.8m in Efforts to Fight Locust Invasion  AllAfrica - Top Africa News
  2. Locust swarm: UN warns of food crisis in Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Somalia  BBC News
  3. Swarms of up to 80 Million Locusts Decimating Crops In East Africa, Threatening Food Security For 13 Million People  TIME
  4. Worried about recent warnings, desert locusts rethink plans to attack Uganda*  Daily Monitor
  5. Stop locusts in East Africa now or pay much more to help people late - Ethiopia  ReliefWeb
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Uganda's Cabinet approves an extra $1.8 million to help fight the locust invasion.Uganda's Cabinet approves an extra $1.8 million to help fight the locust invasion.

Uganda Approves $1.8m in Efforts to Fight Locust Invasion - allAfrica.com

The infestation devouring tonnes of crops in the region could create a food crisis, the UN says.The infestation devouring tonnes of crops in the region could create a food crisis, the UN says.

Locust swarm: UN warns of food crisis in Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Somalia - BBC News

The United Nations (UN) has called on the international community to provide nearly $76 million to finance aerial spraying of pesticides in East Africa, where…The swarms of locust is the most serious outbreak in decades, affecting Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Eritrea and most recently, Tanzania and Uganda.

Swarms of up to 80 Million Locusts Decimating Crops In East Africa, Threatening Food Security For 13 Million People | Time

English News and Press Release on Ethiopia and 6 other countries about Agriculture and Insect Infestation; published on 14 Feb 2020 by WFPEnglish News and Press Release on Ethiopia and 6 other countries about Agriculture and Insect Infestation; published on 14 Feb 2020 by WFP

Stop locusts in East Africa now or pay much more to help people later - Ethiopia | ReliefWeb

“Well this isn't good Kenyan farmers traumatized as swarms of locusts devour crops in seconds | CBC Radio https://t.co/2tTJQ0Uaml”

Dan Leach on Twitter: "Well this isn't good Kenyan farmers traumatized as swarms of locusts devour crops in seconds | CBC Radio https://t.co/2tTJQ0Uaml"

“LOCUST SWARM!! Hundreds of billions of locusts have been chomping their way across East Africa. The United Nations says millions may be at risk of starvation and famine. It’s called on the international community to help. My report for @BBCWorld https://t.co/JlyAccCSr6”

Rich Preston on Twitter: "LOCUST SWARM!! Hundreds of billions of locusts have been chomping their way across East Africa. The United Nations says millions may be at risk of starvation and famine. It’s called on the international community to help. My report for @BBCWorld… https://t.co/4qkRY6uisd"

“UN warns of famine in Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Somalia if the huge swarms of locusts devouring crops and pasture are not brought under control. Efforts to control the infestation have so far not been effective https://t.co/Wb7CiJiHZX”

Alfons López Tena on Twitter: "UN warns of famine in Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Somalia if the huge swarms of locusts devouring crops and pasture are not brought under control. Efforts to control the infestation have so far not been effective https://t.co/Wb7CiJiHZX"

“Farmers in East Africa are grappling with the worst plague of locusts in living memory. Swarms of the insects are sweeping across Ethiopia and Kenya, and could soon spread further, according to @UN experts. This, and more stories - #WhatWeAreWatching https://t.co/swLe4ChuHL”

ian bremmer on Twitter: "Farmers in East Africa are grappling with the worst plague of locusts in living memory. Swarms of the insects are sweeping across Ethiopia and Kenya, and could soon spread further, according to @UN experts. This, and more stories - #WhatWeAreWatching https://t.co/swLe4ChuHL"

A humanitarian crisis is looming in Kenya as desert locusts continue to breed and spreadA humanitarian crisis is looming in Kenya as desert locusts continue to breed and spread

Foreign experts join locust invasion fight - Daily Nation

They could let the winds blow them southwest, into the heart of the continent where the lands were greener and food more bountiful. But the move was fraught with dangersThey could let the winds blow them southwest, into the heart of the continent where the lands were greener and food more bountiful. But the move was fraught with dangers

Worried about recent warnings, desert locusts rethink plans to attack Uganda* - Daily Monitor

Wetter and hotter weather than usual is forecast until May, providing locust eggs with ideal conditions to hatch and grow. FAO says it is in a "race against time"Wetter and hotter weather than usual is forecast until May, providing locust eggs with ideal conditions to hatch and grow. FAO says it is in a "race against time"

Locusts plague destroys livelihoods in Kenya but 'biggest threat yet to come'

English News and Press Release on Ethiopia and 8 other countries about Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Drought, Insect Infestation and more; published on 13 Feb 2020 by ECHOEnglish News and Press Release on Ethiopia and 8 other countries about Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Drought, Insect Infestation and more; published on 13 Feb 2020 by ECHO

Eastern Africa – Desert Locust outbreak (DG ECHO, FAO, IPC) (ECHO Daily Flash of 13 February 2020) - Ethiopia | ReliefWeb

A billion locusts are eating their way through farmlands in eastern Africa and their population could increase by 500 times in the next four months - leaving the region facing famine, UN officials warn.A billion locusts are eating their way through farmlands in eastern Africa and their population could increase by 500 times in the next four months - leaving the region facing famine, UN officials warn.

Locust invasion is set to leave East Africa on the verge of famine, UN officials warn | Daily Mail Online

The swarms risk turning into a plague as they edge towards South Sudan where several million people are already facing hunger.The swarms risk turning into a plague as they edge towards South Sudan where several million people are already facing hunger.

Locust swarms: UN says 13 million people in East Africa could face food crisis | World News | Sky News

BIBLICAL plagues of locusts in Africa are expanding to the size of cities, with experts warning they could get a staggering 400 times larger.BIBLICAL plagues of locusts in Africa are expanding to the size of cities, with experts warning they could get a staggering 400 times larger.

Africa news: Biblical plague of LOCUSTS to bulge to 400 times their size in Africa | World | News | Express.co.uk

Huge swarms of locusts - capable of devouring entire fields worth of crops in just 30 seconds - are sparking fears of a major food crisis.Huge swarms of locusts - capable of devouring entire fields worth of crops in just 30 seconds - are sparking fears of a major food crisis.

Locust swarm to create 'major food crisis' in Africa - Agriland.ie

Crop losses of up to 33% have been reported after locust swarms invaded more than168 000ha of farmland in India, with the provinces of Rajasthan and Gujarat worst hit, according to local media reports.Crop losses of up to 33% have been reported after locust swarms invaded more than168 000ha of farmland in India, with the provinces of Rajasthan and Gujarat worst hit, according to local media reports.

India reports crop damage as locust plague spreads to Asia

The biggest swarm of locusts for decades sweeps across East Africa, and it's threatening to wreak catastrophe on countries already struggling with food insecurity. The biggest swarm of locusts for decades sweeps across East Africa, and it's threatening to wreak catastrophe on countries already struggling with food insecurity. 

Huge swarm of locusts causes devastation in east Africa – as Jamal Osman reports from Kenya – Channel 4 News

U.N. officials warn of possible "catastrophe" as "waves and waves of swarms" ravage crops in several East African nations.U.N. officials warn of possible "catastrophe" as "waves and waves of swarms" ravage crops in several East African nations.

Locust swarms could rob millions in already-vulnerable East African nations of food - CBS News