Meet The Anti-Poaching Pilot Who Flies Rescued Baby Chimps To Their New Homes

Meet Anthony Caere, a Belgian who heads Virunga National Park’s Air Wing and serves as a “big brother” in the sky for its rangers. Virunga National Park is located in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Caere’s duties include supporting rangers’ anti-poaching patrols, doing surveillance for wildlife censuses, inspecting poaching sites and carrying out medical evacuations. […]

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‘Kidnapped’ Hotel Rwanda dissident appears in court on terror changes

Prosecutors allege Paul Rusesabagina was leader of rebel group responsible for deadly attacks Paul Rusesabagina, a businessman whose role in saving more than 1,000 lives inspired the film Hotel Rwanda, has appeared in court in Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, facing charges of terrorism and murder. Rwandan authorities have accused Rusesabagina of being “the founder, leader, sponsor […]

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Zhenhua Data leak: personal details of millions around world gathered by China tech company

Cybersecurity experts concerned by possible intent behind use of big data to compile lists featuring everyone from low-key individuals to the royal family The personal details of millions of people around the world have been swept up in a database compiled by a Chinese tech company with reported links to the country’s military and intelligence […]

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Investors that manage US$47tn demand world’s biggest polluters back plan for net-zero emissions

Climate Action 100+ group put 161 fossil fuel, mining, transport and other big-emitting companies on notice in latest campaign by shareholders A group representing investors that collectively manage more than US$47tn in assets has demanded the world’s biggest corporate polluters back strategies to reach net-zero emissions and promised to hold them to public account. Climate […]

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