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Saving Uganda’s gorillas from climate change

Uganda's first wildlife vet Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka works to save the country's endangered mountain gorillas, whose habitat is being eroded by climate change.She is the founder and CEO of Conservation Through Public Health, an NGO that promotes biodiversity conservation by...

Released Palestinians allege abuse in Israeli jails

Palestinians tell the BBC they were beaten and had dogs set on them while in Israeli detention. Source link

Elliott Erwitt: Legendary photographer dies aged 95

Magnum says he will be remembered for seeking out life's "most absurd and charming moments". Source link

Israel says more hostages released by Hamas as temporary cease-fire holds for 7th day

Six more Israeli hostages were released to the Red Cross on Thursday, Israel said, as a short-term truce deal between Israel and Hamas, the Gaza Strip's ruling militant group, neared its one-week mark. That followed the release of two...

Aid is trickling in, but Gaza still grows hungrier

Comment on this storyCommentAdd to your saved storiesSaveJERUSALEM — Days into a humanitarian pause that has allowed more aid deliveries to the Gaza Strip, the population remains at “risk of famine and starvation,” the World Food Program warned this...

Whistleblower alleges failures in medical care at U.S. border facilities

Comment on this storyCommentAdd to your saved storiesSaveA senior U.S. Customs and Border Protection official Thursday filed a whistleblower complaint with Congress alleging his supervisors failed to adequately monitor the agency’s medical service contractor for staffing shortages, unsafe care...

Mia Schem: Wounded festival-goer in Hamas hostage video freed

Mia Schem is among eight more people released from Gaza on Thursday, in a swap for Palestinian prisoners. Source link

Henry Kissinger: Nobel peace laureate, war criminal?

Comment on this storyCommentAdd to your saved storiesSaveHenry Kissinger, who died on Wednesday at 100, was a Nobel Peace Prize winner who worked in two White House administrations and advised world leaders even deep into old age. He lived...

Shane MacGowan, brilliant but troubled Pogues frontman, dies at 65

Comment on this storyCommentAdd to your saved storiesSaveShane MacGowan, a songwriter and singer who channeled an Irish brand of defiance and vulnerability as frontman of the Celtic punk band the Pogues in the 1980s but whose own addictions drove...

Three Israelis killed by Palestinian gunmen at Jerusalem bus stop

The Jerusalem attack came hours after the Palestinian armed group - which Israel, the UK, US and other Western powers class as a terrorist organisation - agreed with Israel to extend a truce in Gaza for a seventh day,...
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Britain’s Sunak tries to reclaim climate narrative with $2 bln pledge

DUBAI, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will pledge 1.6 billion pounds ($2 billion) in funding at...
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