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Can CITES come to nature's rescue?
We examine if the global conservation summit can offer a meaningful respite for threatened wildlife.
Last updated: 05 Mar 2013 12:26 GMT
Deadly tsunami hits Solomon Islands
At least five people killed after 8.0-earthquake struck near Santa Cruz islands, triggering warnings across Pacific.
Last updated: 06 Feb 2013 22:15 GMT
The world has spoken
Despite the nine countries that voted "no" against Palestine in the UN, it is clear the majority of the world disagrees.
John V. Whitbeck
Last updated: 02 Dec 2012 16:41 GMT
Iran to launch giant domestic intranet
Officials say service will bypass internet and improve security, but critics see it as curb on the flow of information.
Last updated: 24 Sep 2012 14:15 GMT
British royals to sue over topless photos
Palace says images in a French magazine of Prince William's wife, Kate Middleton, are a "grotesque" breach of privacy.
Last updated: 14 Sep 2012 19:20 GMT
Tanzania confirms reflagging Iran oil tankers
Tanzania says shipping agent in Dubai reflagged 36 Iranian oil tankers with the Tanzanian flag without its knowledge.
Last updated: 12 Aug 2012 02:30 GMT
US adds new Iran oil targets to sanction list
Tehran's main tanker firm identified to undermine attempts to use renamed, disguised vessels to evade sanctions.
Last updated: 13 Jul 2012 03:15 GMT
Queen Elizabeth leads jubilee flotilla
London river pageant among jubilee highlights as thousands brave rain for biggest flotilla since 1662.
Last updated: 04 Jun 2012 03:47 GMT
Time for a new geopolitical climate bloc
Durban could be a wake-up call for those who believed that Brazil would become a catalyst for environmental change.
Last updated: 12 Dec 2011 18:23 GMT
Tuvalu's drought woes continue
Households being forced to limit water usage to just two buckets of fresh water a day.
Last updated: 14 Oct 2011 12:07 GMT
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