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Four Chinese arrested in Zimbabwe for killing, eating rare tortoises

Chinese slaughter endangered tortoises for food Four Chinese arrested in Zimbabwe for killing, eating rare tortoises

HARARE, Zimbabwe - Four Chinese nationals have pleaded guilty to engaging in the mass slaughter of precious endangered species – tortoises which they were killing daily for their daily food.

Killing of civilians by Israeli soldiers condemned

UN condemns killing of civilian protestors in the occupied Golan Heights Killing of civilians by Israeli soldiers condemned

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today condemned the killing this week of civilian protestors in the occupied Golan Heights, and called for Israel and Syria to conduct ...

Pacific Whale Foundation joins 40 Latin American organizations to request diplomatic actions against killing of whales

Protecting Whales Pacific Whale Foundation joins 40 Latin American organizations to request diplomatic actions against killing of whales

eTN Staff Writer

As part of a step to protect whales found throughout the Pacific, NGOs from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, ...

East Africa Tourism Report

East Africa Tourism East Africa Tourism Report

Wolfgang H. Thome

PROTECTING FORESTS COSTS MORE LIVES

After killing, North Korea expels southern tourists

Koreas After killing, North Korea expels southern tourists

bangkokpost.com

Seoul - North Korea said Sunday it would expel South Korean workers from a tourist region as relations worsened between the two countries over the shooting dead of a South Korean tourist by a ...

Suspected Terrorists Flee Mauritania After Allegedly Killing Tourists

Mauritania Suspected Terrorists Flee Mauritania After Allegedly Killing Tourists

(eTN) - Three Mauritanians said to have links to an Algerian terrorist organization called al-Qaida of the Magreb are believed to have fled from Mauritania to neighboring Senegal. They are alleged ...

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