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German spy chief backtracks over Chemnitz protest video doubts -papers

BERLIN, Sept 11 (Reuters) – The head of Germany’s domestic spy agency, facing calls to quit for questioning whether a video showing far-right gangs hounding migrants in the city of Chemnitz was genuine, now accepts the footage was real, two papers reported on Tuesday. Germany’s most violent far-right protests in decades, which took place in the eastern city over the…

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US Threatens Sanctions Against International Criminal Court

Washington, Sep 11: US National Security Adviser John Bolton has announced that the US will use “any means necessary” to protect its citizens and allies from prosecution by the International Criminal Court (ICC). Also Read | Donald Trump Says, India Wants Trade Deal with US “The US will use any means necessary to protect our citizens and those of our ...

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U.S. Preparing for Second Trump Meeting with North Korea’s Leader Kim Jong-un

The White House has confirmed the news that it is working to arrange a second meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. This development has come about after Kim Jong-un sent a letter requesting a meet with Trump. Also Read | U.S. National Security Advisor Threatens International Criminal Court with Sanctions if it Investigates ...

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Wildlife Group Warns Of Growing Illicit Animal Trade Groups On Facebook

The wildlife monitoring network TRAFFIC said its latest report found a drastic increase since 2016 in the number of people using Facebook to purchase and sell endangered or rare animals in Thailand, according to BBC News. TRAFFIC’s researchers found 1,521 animals for sale across 12 different groups on Facebook in Thailand in less than a month of monitoring in 2016, ...

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Great Barrier Reef Showing Some Signs Of Recovery

After decades of damning reports, bleak images, and depressing headlines, one new report claims to have a “positive update” on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). The Reef & Rainforest Research Centre (RRRC), a non-profit organization, has published a report for the Queensland State Government that claims parts of the GBR are showing some “significant signs” of recovery from years of ...

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