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A U.S.-based wildlife conservation group says authorities in Tanzania have arrested and charged eight people for the murder of the group's co-founder Wayne Lotter, who was shot in Dar es Salaam last year.The PAMS Foundation on Friday congratulated police and prosecutors in the East African nation and said it is
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A U.S.-based wildlife conservation group says authorities in Tanzania have arrested and charged eight people for the murder of the group's co-founder Wayne Lotter, who was shot in Dar es Salaam last year.
EU warns violent attacks threaten Tanzania's democracy Wisconsin woman charged in three infant deaths from 80s Canadian 'serial killer' charged with his SIXTH murder 
For centuries, elephants have had a rich and proud history in Myanmar. Throughout the country’s past, the animals have been used for everything, including transportation, agriculture, construction and even warfare. For the military government that ruled the country for several decades until it ceded partial control to civilian government in 2016,
Several bombs set off around troubled Myanmar state, 1... Three bombs rock Myanmar's northwestern city Sittwe, policeman injured Three bombs rock Myanmar's northwestern city Sittwe,... 
Author: FARAH AL-SHARIFFri, 2018-02-23 19:33ID: 1519393059868316100DAMMAM: A photojournalist who travels the world in search of big cats kicked off events on Thursday night in what promises to be an entertainment-packed weekend.The show at the main auditorium at Damman’s Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University was the first staging of the National Geographic Live
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Amnesty International says its new global report on human rights shows Iran’s record reflected some positive developments, but mostly remained poor, and in some areas worsened in the past year.The London-based group’s annual State of the World’s Human Rights report for 2017-2018, released Thursday, accused Iranian authorities of “heavily suppressing” people’s
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February 23, 2018 5:00 AMKenya Wildlife Service rangers loading a tranquillised elephant onto a truck on Wednesday during a translocation exercise to Ithumba Camp in Tsavo East National Park, one of Kenya's oldest and largest parks. The country's wildlife officials kicked off a relocation operation for 30 elephants in a
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Cameroon says a wave of attacks by armed elephant poachers has killed at least eight soldiers and rangers in a northern national park. The poachers killed elephants too, further shrinking the population of the increasingly endangered animals.A decomposing carcass of an elephant without its tusks lies in Cameroon's Bouba Ndjida
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By Thomas MukoyaSOLIO RANCH, Kenya, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Wildlife officials in Kenya kicked off a relocation operation for 30 elephants on Wednesday, fitting...
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The Wildlife Waystation and its hundreds of animals survived December’s Creek fire. But just barely. So on Wednesday, the Waystation celebrated the work of first-responders. “We’ve experienced fires near the Waystation in the past, but the Creek fire was the first that reached inside the property and even came close to our
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The tiny creature was born at Port Lympne Reserve in Kent last month and she is the 40th black rhino to be born at the reserve, despite the species being renowned for being difficult to breed in captivity.
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