Sri Lanka: Fishermen unable to sell their catch amid lockdown
Fishermen in Sri Lanka are struggling to sell their catch as the government introduces tough measures to halt the spread of the new coronavirus.
Four hundred tonnes of fish could be thrown away, and more fish-laden boats are expected to return to port soon.
Al Jazeera's Minelle Fernandez reports from Dikkowita, Sri Lanka.
Conservationists have criticised the Sri Lankan minister of wildlife for distributing shotguns to Civil Security personnel to protect farmers and their crops from elephants.
Shrinking habitats and growing human populations are bringing people and elephants into an escalating confrontation while promised conservation efforts have yet to materialise.
Al Jazeera's Minelle Fernandez reports from Eruwea, Sri Lanka. Learn why Sri Lanka is working to save its remaining mangrove forests, and to plant new ones. Each "shark" has invested in the Cup Board Pro, which was created by Keith Young, a firefighter who died of cancer in 2018. Sri Lanka has withdrawn from a UN resolution that would allow war crimes allegedly committed during the country's civil war to be investigated.
That is despite a promise by the new government to probe historic allegations.
Al Jazeera's Minelle Fernandez reports from Colombo.