Who will succeed Boris Johnson? • Drought puts pressure on domestic shipping • Protests in Suriname

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The UK Prime Minister’s Battle

There are still two candidates in the battle for the UK premiership: former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak and Foreign Secretary Liz Truss. Tonight is the first one-on-one television debate between the two.

At the beginning of September, at least 180,000 members of the Conservative Party will choose Boris Johnson’s successor. Reporter Fleur Lunsbach portrays Truss and Snack.

Water levels drop due to drought

In rivers and canals, the water level is low due to dry and hot weather. This stresses nature and internal charging. In the Twente Channel, for example, the Rijkswaterstaat already had to deploy additional pumps to keep them within reach of ships. Meanwhile, the water level there is already approaching the critical limit at which the channel is closed to charging. What should be done if the drought persists?

What is happening in Suriname?

Days ago, protesters in Suriname took to the streets to express their dissatisfaction with the government. Even today the protest is even greater. President Santoji was sworn in two years ago, but the country has been in a much worse situation since then. Why are the protesters so unsatisfied, and will Santoki agree to their demands?

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