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Breaking the gridlock on the global wildlife crime crisis
Poaching not only takes a toll on animals, but bears a terrible human cost as well.
Last updated: 26 May 2013 22:34 GMT
Chinese boat 'damaged' Philippine coral reef
National park says boat caused "heart-breaking" damage to centuries-old reef after plowing into it last month.
Last updated: 04 May 2013 11:22 GMT
Analysis: CITES four decades on
The convention has been combating wildlife crime for forty years, but critics say it still has much work to do.
Last updated: 01 Mar 2013 12:08 GMT
Flying rhinos to safety
Conservation groups take sky-high measures to save endangered Black Rhino from being hunted for horns in South Africa.
Last updated: 10 Nov 2011 05:16 GMT
Footage highlights threat to Sumatran tigers
Wildlife group calls for action to protect tigers after capturing video of endangered species in threatened areas.
Last updated: 09 May 2011 06:52 GMT
Whaling deal seeks to end hunt ban
International body hopes legitimising hunting will lead to drop in number killed.
Last updated: 22 Jun 2010 06:46 GMT
Cities switch off for Earth Hour
Global landmarks plunge into darkness for an hour to protest against climate change.
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Last updated: 27 Mar 2010 19:20 GMT
Little celebration as Cites ends
Scientists say they feel let down that little substance was achieved at wildlife summit.
Last updated: 26 Mar 2010 08:39 GMT
Ecologists decry Sochi Olympic plan
Conservationists say Russia's plans for 2014 Winter Games are "threatening wildlife".
Last updated: 11 Mar 2010 04:10 GMT
Talks to combat tuna decline
Environmentalists say political will can save tuna from commercial extinction.
Last updated: 22 Jan 2007 09:43 GMT
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Hopeful Georgia takes baby steps towards EU
Preliminary deal with the European Union would bring the post-Soviet country closer to the Western bloc.
Dubious wisdom: Assad's waiting game
Lacking his father's political cunning, Bashar al-Assad can thank the hard work of others for his survival.
Identity and Exile
Al Jazeera's Matthew Cassel examines why so many American Jews defend Israeli policies regardless of the issue or cost.
Egypt's wave of painkiller addiction
An opiate called tramadol has become increasingly popular in Egypt, but many are unaware of its dangers.
Infographic: Keeping Palestinians occupied
The number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank has doubled since the Oslo Accords were signed 20 years ago.
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Two years since the start of the uprising, rebels and Assad's forces remain locked in conflict.
Pakistan's most powerful man?
Malik Ayub Sumbal
The best option to settle the CAR crisis?
Why was Arafat killed?
The rise and rise of Islamic music
Is Croatia's 'yes' vote tyranny of the majority?
Jewish suffering, Palestinian suffering
In pictures: Ukrainian protesters set up camp
In the largest demonstration since the Orange Revolution, protesters vow to occupy central square until demands are met.
A temporary truce in Thai protests
Tensions ease between police and anti-government demonstrators as country pauses to observe king's birthday.
In Pictures: Troubled paradise of Kashmir
Kashmir's inherent beauty remains undiminished despite years of conflict that has swept the region.
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