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IUCN's Red List of Threatened Species assessed ailuropoda melanoleuca , the scientific name of the giant panda, as a rare species in investigations ranging from 1965 to 1988. The World Wildlife Fund also hailed the report. The addition of the Eastern Gorilla population to the critically endangered list means that four of the six great apes in the world are now listed as critically endangered, the organization said.
  • WHO updates view on Zika as cause of brain abnormalities

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    The virus is particularly risky for pregnant woman because it can cause severe fetal brain defects. Others experience mild fever, rash, joint pain, conjunctivitis, muscle pain and headaches. His best advice is to postpone pregnancy, if possible. Back in June when the World Health Organization made the last update to its interim guidelines, experts believed Zika could remain in semen for about eight weeks.
  • Rescue Abandoned for 2 Utah Hikers Missing in Pakistan

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    The Latest on two Utah climbers who disappeared while climbing a mountain peak in Pakistan (all times local Utah time): 3:50 p.m. The peak has only been reached once before, by a Korean team in the 1980s via a less hard route, said Thesenga, who works for Utah-based Black Diamond Equipment, which was sponsoring Dempster.
  • U.N. Security Council condemns North Korea missile tests

    U.N. Security Council condemns North Korea missile tests

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    The North carried out its latest launches Monday in defiance of the global community, as United Nations resolutions bar the reclusive state from developing ballistic missile technology. Park described the launches as a "reckless provocation (that) will lead North Korea down the path of self-destruction". In spite of tough global sanctions, Pyongyang continues to ignore the worldwide community's calls for a halt to its weapons programme.
  • Mayor Sara Duterte loses 2 of triplets in her womb

    Mayor Sara Duterte loses 2 of triplets in her womb

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    Gaerlan said that from the statement of the witnesses, the male suspect's face was covered by a mask. Magalong said the suspect was positively identified by eight witnesses as the person who left the bag with the explosive device. "We were not able to determine the phone since we can't reconstruct it because of the blast", he said. "He (suspect) has moved somewhere else using this very specific mask with a peace sign".
  • United Kingdom to Build Wall at Calais Amid Migrant Crisis

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    The one kilometre long, 13ft high barrier is part of a multi-million pound package of joint measures by the United Kingdom and France to tighten security at the French port. Construction is expected to start this month and CNN reported the wall should be finished by the end of this year . Road Haulage Association chief executive Richard Burnett said: "It seems certain that traffic crossing from the United Kingdom will find it nearly impossible to leave the port as access to the A16 is ...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may be banned from flights in the future

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    Consumer Reports even chimed in, stating, " Samsung should immediately initiate an official recall with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, given the serious nature of the safety problem it identified with the Galaxy Note 7 ". Is the Note 7 episode a dampener for Samsung and a blessing in disguise for Apple that was losing ground to premium Samsung devices, including on its home turf? Exchange of units will begin from 19 September.
  • Malaysia condemns North Korea's firing of missiles

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    The press statement urged all United Nations member states "to redouble their efforts" to implement sanctions against Pyongyang, including the toughest measures in two decades imposed by the council in March. South Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador Hahn Choong Hee said the worldwide community should be united in sending a "clear and unequivocal message to North Korea that if they continue to provoke and violate their global commitments and sanctions, they will face much stronger and ...
  • Dead driver Darren Stephenson-Bennett missing for week

    Dead driver Darren Stephenson-Bennett missing for week

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    Tributes have been paid to a young dad who lay dead in his auto for more than a week after it crashed into dense undergrowth on a roundabout. Their search ended tragically when Mr Bennett was found dead at the Burtree roundabout above the A1 motorway on the outskirts of Darlington.
  • U.S. eyes 80 million unexploded Laos bombs

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    Barack Obama has dropped some hints about what the future may hold for him and the first lady after his presidency as he continues his historic visit to Laos . To that end, Obama announced the U.S. would double its spending on bomb-clearing efforts to $US90 million ($A117 million) over three years. The Lao government, meanwhile, says it will boost efforts to recover remains and account for Americans missing since the war.