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Zimbabwe sold 30 baby elephants to China

Zimbabwe has sold 30 baby elephants to China to seek money to save other wildlife as the country faces a devastating drought that has killed 55 elephants. Zimbabwe’s national parks authority said the money would be used to dig wells in Hwange National Park. #Elephants #China #Zimbabwe

Thailand’s National Elephant Day

Thailand’s National Elephant Day

Lack of rain in Zimbabwe making it difficult to recover from Cyclone

Lack of rain in Zimbabwe making it difficult to recover from Cyclone

China’s ivory ban

China’s ivory ban

Elderly Acrobats: Life expectancy in China has more than doubled to 77 years

Elderly Acrobats: Life expectancy in China has more than doubled to 77 years

US returns 28 smuggled artefacts to Turkiye

US returns 28 smuggled artefacts to Turkiye

How Turkish is Berlin?

How Turkish is Berlin?

One year on, Presiden Biden's approval rating drops 10 points

One year on, Presiden Biden's approval rating drops 10 points

This Tongan man managed to survive a 27-hour swim after the tsunami

This Tongan man managed to survive a 27-hour swim after the tsunami

Controversial and famous: Who is Joe Rogan?

Controversial and famous: Who is Joe Rogan?

New documentary reveals massacre and mass grave of Palestinians

New documentary reveals massacre and mass grave of Palestinians

Eating Istanbul: Larger than life Turkish feast at CZN Burak's restaurant

Eating Istanbul: Larger than life Turkish feast at CZN Burak's restaurant

Pentagon releases video of Afghanistan drone strike that killed ten civilians

Pentagon releases video of Afghanistan drone strike that killed ten civilians

The Fed’s moves in March will impact your wallet now

The Fed’s moves in March will impact your wallet now

French Senate votes to ban hijab from sports events

French Senate votes to ban hijab from sports events

US refuses to comply with Russia's demand on security concerns

US refuses to comply with Russia's demand on security concerns

New French voting app ‘Elyze’ raises data protection fears

New French voting app ‘Elyze’ raises data protection fears

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