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Around a billion animals have been impacted by Australia’s bushfires. It’s a catastrophe in which more endangered species will be pushed closer to the brink of extinction.
There has been a power shift from the hands of former president and prime minister Dmitriy Medvedev into the hands of Mikhail Mishustin.
The thought that in a few days I will be back in the land of WH Smith instead of PJ Clarke’s makes me feel as though all the air had been let out of me.
The large Canadian-Iranian community is determined that an investigation and apology is only the first step.
For at least seven decades, energy security has made the Persian Gulf a geopolitical minefield.
Since October, at demonstrations and sit-ins, Iraqis have been demanding clean politics, real independence and better lives.
The country is gradually transforming into what is known in international relations as a “semi-hegemon”.
In Laos, where wild elephant numbers have plummeted by 90 per cent, the release of captive animals is viewed as a potential solution.
The president’s landslide victory will be seen as a major rebuff to the Chinese government’s claims on the island.
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Jeremy Corbyn appears to have devoted more time to tending vegetables than voicing his thoughts on the fight of Hong Kongers against the erosion of their rights and freedoms.