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New Data Shows No Drop in Illegal Ivory Trade

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New data has been released by Elephant Trade Information System (ETIS) that shows ivory trafficking in 2015 reached historic levels seen earlier in the decade.

High expectations from CITES conference in South Africa

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Years of work protecting animals from trade will come to fruition in the next two weeks.

Gallery: Treating malnourished children in Beni Shiekh, Nigeria

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Child malnutrition is one of the main problems in Nigeria's Borno state, where MSF is running nutrition programmes. Thousands of people in the northeast of the country have been displaced by violence and conflict. In Beni Shiekh alone, around 30 to 40 per cent of the population (roughly 33,000 people) is displaced, but the figure could be much higher.

NSAs Failure to Report Shadow Broker Vulnerabilities Underscores Need for Oversight

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In August, an entity calling itself the “Shadow Brokers” took the security world by surprise by publishing what appears to be a portion of the NSA’s hacking toolset. Government investigators now believe that the Shadow Brokers stole the cache of powerful NSA network exploitation tools from a computer located outside of the NSA’s network where they had been left accidentally, according to Reuters. A new detail, published for the first time in yesterday’s Reuters report, is that the NSA learned about the accidental exposure at or near the time it happened.

Primary Care Enhanced Physician Rates (Bump)

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m. Which providers may qualify for the Primary Care Enhanced Physician Rates?

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New Data Shows No Drop in Illegal Ivory Trade

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New data has been released by Elephant Trade Information System (ETIS) that shows ivory trafficking in 2015 reached historic levels seen earlier in the decade.

ITF condemns Thai sentencing of British labour rights researcher

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The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has condemned the sentencing of British labour rights researcher Andy Hall to

Handing 62 more classrooms back to communities in Nepal

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Imagine this, a cool, overcast, rainy day in rural Nepal. The lush greenery of the surrounding mountains and valleys is on the

Vice-Chancellor brings message of UK Science and Innovation to China

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The University of Sheffield's Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett this morning (24 September 2016) spoke of the importance of

High expectations from CITES conference in South Africa

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Years of work protecting animals from trade will come to fruition in the next two weeks.

Wildlife Trafficking Generates Up to US$23 billion in Illicit Financial Flows Each Year

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WASHINGTON, DC – As the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flore (CITES) gathers in

Gallery: Treating malnourished children in Beni Shiekh, Nigeria

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Child malnutrition is one of the main problems in Nigeria's Borno state, where MSF is running nutrition programmes. Thousands of people in the northeast of the country have been displaced by violence and conflict. In Beni Shiekh alone, around 30 to 40 per cent of the population (roughly 33,000 people) is displaced, but the figure could be much higher.

Conroy Set to Strive in New Zealand

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An opportunity to excel in the game he loves and represent his country well has 16-year-old Conroy Tiputoa excited to start his

Viking Tennis Teams Defeat Truman State

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Marshall, Mo. (September 23, 2016)- The Missouri Valley College men’s and women’s tennis teams hosted Truman State (Mo.)

NSAs Failure to Report Shadow Broker Vulnerabilities Underscores Need for Oversight

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In August, an entity calling itself the “Shadow Brokers” took the security world by surprise by publishing what appears to be a portion of the NSA’s hacking toolset. Government investigators now believe that the Shadow Brokers stole the cache of powerful NSA network exploitation tools from a computer located outside of the NSA’s network where they had been left accidentally, according to Reuters. A new detail, published for the first time in yesterday’s Reuters report, is that the NSA learned about the accidental exposure at or near the time it happened.

Viking Cross Country Teams Compete at Emporia State

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Marshall, Mo. (September 23, 2016)- The Missouri Valley College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at Emporia State

Primary Care Enhanced Physician Rates (Bump)

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m. Which providers may qualify for the Primary Care Enhanced Physician Rates?

Free Public Health Forum on Thyroid Disease

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September 23, 2016 — The public is invited to attend a free public health forum focused on thyroid disease, in which leading

The Unbeatable All Flash Arrays for VDI

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VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) runs user desktops inside a virtual machine that lives on a server.  Each virtual desktop can

Judicial Watch Statement on New Clinton Email Court Developments

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The State Department admitted that it has 5,600 Clinton emails recovered by the FBI that were government documents and not personal

Don't shut up till you get true equality, says Secretary-General Scotland

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Secretary-General Scotland sits on the panel: Leaving No One Behind: Agents of Change for Achieving SDG5 and the 2030 Agenda.

Crisis in Nigeria's Borno State: "We Fled to Survive"

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A humanitarian crisis is unfolding in northeast Nigeria's Borno State, where violence has displaced thousands and cut off

NMSU Borderlands Writing Project to show New Mexico teachers value

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New Mexico State University’s Borderlands Writing Project will showcase teachers from the southwest region of New Mexico during the

Presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras reaffirm commitment to work together to create opportunities and prosperity in dialogue with the regions private sector

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In the context of the forum "The Northern Triangle – Building Together a Prosperous Future for the Region,” held at the

ODFW unveils Siletz Bay shellfish survey findings

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SALEM, Ore. – Oregon clammers can learn about bay clam populations in Siletz Bay at a presentation by Oregon Department of Fish

Louisiana Flood Survivors Can Get FEMA Rebuilding Advice at Home Improvement Stores

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BATON ROUGE, La. — As Louisianans repair or rebuild their homes damaged by August floods, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and local hardware and home improvement stores have teamed up to provide free information on making homes stronger and safer.

SH 121 SB Closed Nightly at Sylvania Avenue

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DOWNTOWN FORT WORTH – Sylvania Avenue bridge north and southbound at SH 121 will remain closed Sept.

North Carolina Doctor Named 2017 Family Physician of the Year

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ORLANDO -- The American Academy of Family Physicians today awarded its highest honor to Karen L. Smith, MD, FAAFP, of Raeford, North

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir Release Powerfully Human These Systems Are Failing

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In the fourteen years since Moby released his first album, and in all the years before that when he was a punk kid who , he has been many things.

Town Hall illustrates bleak financial picture at UNM

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UNM President Robert G. Frank explains to a crowd of more than 500 the University's budget.

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