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on Wed Feb 4 5:25 PM

Zacarias Moussaoui says al-Qaida was backed by Saudi Arabia. But can he be believed? | World news

THE GUARDIAN

Extremist serving life in prison for his role in the 9/11 attacks makes new claims about dealings with the kingdom that while intriguing don’t pass the smell test Continue reading...
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on Wed Feb 4 2:51 PM

The Horrors of Fishing With Dynamite

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Some nations have clamped down on blast fishing, which is generally illegal, but it continues in areas where explosives are available and people are desperate.
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on Wed Feb 4 1:30 PM

Two Vatican archbishops denied visa

THE ASIAN AGE

The denial of visas to two archbishops from the Vatican to address the 27th annual assembly of the conference of Catholic Bishops of India has cast a pall of gloom on the second day of the meet in Bengaluru on Wednesday. Archbishops Arthur Roche...
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on Wed Feb 4 11:13 AM

Plant genus named after Sir David Attenborough | Environment

THE GUARDIAN

Key taxonomical classification of rare plant with fleshy flowers discovered in the rainforest of Gabon in central Africa is named after British naturalist Grasshoppers, shrimps, spiders and other creatures have all been named after Sir David...
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on Tue Feb 3 8:52 PM

Sub-Saharan Africa was a lower priority for Baird

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

One of the most telling signs of this disengagement was Mr. Baird’s failure to make a working visit to South Africa
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on Tue Feb 3 4:34 PM

Uganda Takes Aim at Wildlife Poachers

VOICE OF AMERICA

Uganda’s wildlife authorities made a grim discovery recently at Entebbe International Airport: Hidden in mismarked crates were more than 700 kilograms or 1,543 pounds of elephant ivory and 2 tons of scales from pangolins, otherwise known as...
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on Tue Feb 3 5:41 AM

Uganda Turns Beasts to Biogas

ALL AFRICA

[Thomson Reuters Foundation]Kampala -Uganda's largest slaughterhouse runs 24 hours a day, turning up to 700 cattle, 200 sheep and 300 chickens each day into meat for the local market.
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on Mon Feb 2 10:30 AM

Tanzania: Take a wildlife tour with the Cincinnati Zoo

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Watch the Great Migration, one of the world's greatest shows, unfold this spring in East Africa with the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden's 2015 Travel Series.
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on Sun Feb 1 12:33 PM

South Africa Riots Raise Worry About Anti-Foreign Sentiment

ALL AFRICA

[New Zimbabwe]SOUTH African youths recently swept through an intersection in the heart of Soweto township, breaking into immigrant-owned shops and grabbing whatever they could -- soda, a loaf of bread, sometimes even the shelves.
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Sundance Film Festival: Awards Ceremony in Progress

Sundance Film Festival: Awards Ceremony in Progress

DAILY VARIETY | on Sat, Jan 31, 9:36 PM

“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s visually inventive comedy-drama about the friendship between a misfit teenager and a classmate diagnosed with leukemia, received both the grand jury prize and the audience...
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