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UGANDA-CLIMATE-YOUTH-DEMO: Leah Namugerwa, a 15 year-old climate activist, holds a placard in Kampala on September 4, 2019. Her activism includes striking around the city with a placard in order to raise awareness about climate change and the environment. She also misses out on school every Friday as a protest and has full support from her dad, Lukwago Cephas, who is also her manager. Photo by SUMY SADURNI/AFP via Getty Images

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Top reads: As 2019 comes to a close, here are the most popular articles on our site

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