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Researchers announced on Wednesday DNA fingerprint analysis was helping law enforcement and conservations to work together and identify three major cartels which run a large majority of the ivory-smuggling market after poaching the elephants, according to NBC News. Samples were taken from numerous...
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New figures revealed on Wednesday Colombia still had far to go to cut down its growing drug trade since there were record numbers for cocaine production, according to BBC News. Nearly 171,000 hectares (423,000 acres) of land in the Latin American country were used to grow coca, the plant which is...
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Hungary's foreign minister lashed out at United Nations officials on Wednesday, accusing them of "spreading lies" after they recently criticized Hungary's anti-migration policies, according to The AFP. "It is obvious that the UN officials spreading these lies about Hungary are biased pro-migration...
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Ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak will face further charges on Thursday related to the alleged theft of money from the state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), according to Bloomberg. Malaysia's anti-corruption agency announced the future graft charges on Wednesday following earlier allegations...
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Eleven Indians have died in September while cleaning sewers or septic tanks without proper safety gear according to new figures released by the Indian government which revealed the drastic toll of the dangerous work, according to The Guardian. At least one Indian worker performing manual scavenging...
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President Donald Trump increased his attacks on his Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday in a new interview with Hill.TV where he criticized the leader of the Department of Justice for his confirmation hearing and his recusal from the Russia investigation, according to The Washington Post....
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A population surge in sub-Saharan Africa and the war in Syria has undermined efforts to bring down the number of people living in extreme poverty across the world, according to a report by the World Bank....
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KABUL -- Members of Afghanistan’s Shi’ite minority are bracing for potential violence as they prepare to commemorate Ashura, the holiest celebration in their religious calendar. A series of deadly attacks on the country’s Shi’ite community in recent weeks has fueled fears of more violence during the...
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(CNN)Extreme weather events, whether they're deadly heat waves or destructive hurricanes, are often pointed to as harbingers of what is to come thanks to manmade climate change. Unfortunately, Hurricane Florence, just as with Hurricane Harvey last year, is an example of what climate change is doing...
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Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling Whether the rise of nationalism and the “strengthening” of the Republican Party in the Age of Trump is a sign of tribal authoritarianism, genetics just revealed some very interesting buried secrets.Scientists have now put forward a new theory about our...

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