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New discovery amid UAE's dying ecosystem
As urbanisation consumes wildlife habitats in the UAE, one scientist has rediscovered a dragonfly thought to be extinct.
Last updated: 02 Jun 2014 17:35 GMT
Europe launches environment satellite
Sentinel 1-A will carry cloud-penetrating radar that monitors climate change and can spot environmental damage.
Last updated: 04 Apr 2014 06:29 GMT
Crimea: Whose land is this? Part 2
Is it fair for the US to expect unconditional obedience from Russia against its own national interests?
Last updated: 22 Mar 2014 10:19 GMT
Crimea: Whose land is this? Part 1
In order to understand the conflict in Crimea, one has to know the history of the peninsula.
Last updated: 21 Mar 2014 08:08 GMT
The rainforest of gold: Blessing or curse?
Mining in French Guiana may be either an end to villagers' way of life, or an economic opportunity.
Last updated: 03 Sep 2013 15:20 GMT
French Guiana fights to save rainforest
Residents battle to protect their piece of Amazon from a controversial gold mining project.
Last updated: 01 Sep 2013 14:34 GMT
Qatar-India satellite launched successfully
Qatar sends its first satellite, indicating new reach into space for Gulf country.
Last updated: 30 Aug 2013 12:34 GMT
Qatar and India launch satellites into orbit
Telecommunications satellite sent into space marks historic moment for Gulf country's space ambitions.
Last updated: 29 Aug 2013 15:51 GMT
'Symptoms indicate chemicals use' in Syria
Dr Niazi Habash, who treated victims of April 13 attack on civilians, discusses his conclusions in exclusive interview.
Last updated: 27 Apr 2013 01:08 GMT
Can shark conservation salvage the blue economy?
As long as there is a continuous demand for shark fin soup, the shark population will remain in danger.
Anna M Clark
Last updated: 24 Mar 2013 14:24 GMT
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'Enough is enough': US anti-racism protests
'Justice for All' demonstrations swell across the US over the deaths of African Americans in police encounters.
Uruguayans cautiously welcome former inmates
Six former Guantanamo detainees are now free in Uruguay with some hailing the decision to grant them asylum.
Australia's indigenous incarceration crisis
Disproportionately high number of Aboriginal people in prison highlights inequality and marginalisation, critics say.
Canada's sexual harassment at work problem
Nearly half of Canadians have suffered inappropriate advances on the job - and the political arena is no exception.
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Tunisia caught between fear and stability
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