Lions to Zoo Gorillas Infected with Covid

Zoos across the US have become one of the most popular places for outdoor entertainment, amid easing social restrictions. But now, with the spread of the Delta variant, the zoo’s inhabitants are not immune from the threat of the corona virus.

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More Children Become Victims of Armed Groups in Niger

Amnesty International reports that a growing number of children have been killed or targeted for recruitment by armed groups in the various smoldering conflicts on Niger’s borders with Mali and Burkina Faso, in its report released on Monday (13/9). “In Niger’s Tillaberi region, entire generations have lived surrounded by death …

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Mexico Gives Protection to Migrants

In a statement delivered at the 76th United Nations General Assembly in New York, United States, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said his country’s government had provided protection to thousands of migrants from Haiti and Central America, as well as hundreds of Afghans who needed assistance. Ebrard said 18,000 Haitian …

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Huawei Finance Official Speaks Up After Freed from Criminal Lawsuits

Meng Wanzhou, Chief Financial Executive (CFO) of Huawei Technologies, China and daughter of the company’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, thanked everyone who had supported her, as she was released by a Canadian judge to return to China Friday. The CFO of the Chinese communications giant ended criminal charges against him as …

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Huawei Finance Official Speaks Up After Release

Meng Wanzhou, Chief Financial Executive (CFO) of Huawei Technologies, China and daughter of the company’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, thanked everyone who had supported her, as she was released by a Canadian judge to return to China Friday. The CFO of the Chinese communications giant ended criminal charges against him as …

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Impact of AUKUS Alliance Formation, Australia-China Relations Decline

Experts assess that China is currently worried and continues to closely monitor Australia’s growing military capabilities. “When Australia distanced itself from China, China felt the kangaroo country was getting closer to the United States (US). So, all those sentiments came out,” said Oh Ei Sun, a senior fellow at the …

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Pakistan PM Urges World to Support Taliban

The Pakistani prime minister urged the international community to support the new Taliban leaders in Afghanistan, instead of isolating them. In a prerecorded message to the UN General Assembly on Friday, Imran Khan said the world community must stabilize the current leaders “for the sake of the Afghan people.” “According …

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