Poaching in Europe’s Suburbs

Reuters photo

 

By

Binoy Kampmark

 

There has never been a case like this in a zoo in Europe, an assault of such violence, evidently for this stupid trafficking of rhinoceros horns.”

Thierry Duguet, head of Parc Zoologique de Thoiry.

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Abandoning the abandoned: It’s time for the EU to act

By

Anant Mishra

 

Introduction

Refugees and asylum seekers account for only a small percentage of the world’s population, travelling frequently with migrants. Most of these movements are illegal, as their movement occurs without appropriate documentation, through unauthorized borders and smugglers.

 

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The World Bank, Climate Change and Africa

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Adisa Amanor Wilks

By 2080, due to climate change, it is likely that 75% of the African population will be at risk of hunger, according to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation.

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Not ISIS, but the Superpowers that are killing us

By

Sattar Rind

In our local lingo there is a proverb or saying that ‘the axe is not cutting the tree, but the piece of wood, part of the tree itself, that is responsible for downing the tree’. Looking to this proverb, if we were to analyse the war of statements between the superpowers, we can conclude that it is not ISIS but our own countries that are responsible for all we are currently facing.

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