When Earth Can’t Produce Enough Food

Python Attack : Snake Kills Two Sleeping Boys In Canada

Imagine America’s Serengeti: Building the Largest Wildlife Reserve

Published on Aug  7, 2013

North America’s grasslands, once teeming with wildlife, awed and inspired Lewis and Clark, artists George Caitlin and Karl Bodmer, and other early American travelers. [Read More]

Human-wildlife conflict persists in Uganda CCTV News – CNTV

Poaching in Kenya Hits an Unpredictable Level

Published on Aug 12, 2013

There is growing concern in Kenya over rising levels of poaching. So far, 190 elephants and 35 rhinos have been lost to poachers since the beginning of this year. [Read More]

Chasing Ivory Poachers, Smugglers in West Africa

Published on Aug 5, 2013

Part 1: In a global undercover investigation, “Nightline’s” Bill Weir tracks the illegal ivory trade
Part 2: While rushing to witness the capture of Togo’s biggest ivory dealer, something goes wrong. [Read More]

Death threats for artist and hunting model

Pennsylvania bill would limit covert farm recordings

Police involvement would validate acts [Read More]

Obama warns Congress not to delay on immigration reform

Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

U.S. President Barack Obama (L) shakes hands with his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto after a joint news conference at the National Palace in Mexico City May 2, 2013.

By Michael O’Brien, Political Reporter, NBC News

President Barack Obama warned lawmakers against erecting unnecessarily high benchmarks for a pending overhaul of immigration laws, suggesting they would excuse inaction by Congress. [Read More]

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Wild dogs blamed for Mexico City killings

Colombian Company Makes Bulletproof Kid Clothes

Botswana Suspends Hunting

Press Statement from Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism on Suspension of Hunting by 2014

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ALL CORRESPONDENCE MUST BE ADDRESSED TO

THE PERMANENT SECRETARY

                                                                                                          29th November 2012

Dear news editors,

    PRESS STATEMENT FROM MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,

WILDLIFE AND TOURISM ON SUSPENSION OF HUNTING BY 2014

As was confirmed by His Excellency the President in his recent State of the Nation Address, Government has decided to indefinitely suspend commercial hunting of wildlife in public or Controlled Hunting Areas as from the 1st of January 2014.  This comes as a realization that the shooting of wild game purely for sport and trophies is no longer seen to be compatible with either our national commitment to conserve and preserve local fauna or the long term growth of the local tourism industry.

Therefore and in light of various enquiries that have been received from members of the public since the above announcement, the following statement is meant to provide further background on the motive and implementation of the suspension. [Read More]

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Hillary Clinton announces plans for US to join a massive global gun control scheme.

Dear fellow American,

Gun-grabbers around the globe believe they have it made.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently announced the Obama Administration will be working hand-in-glove with the UN to pass a new “Small Arms Treaty.”

Disguised as an “International Arms Control Treaty” to fight against “terrorism,” “insurgency” and “international crime syndicates,” the UN’s Small Arms Treaty is in fact a massive, GLOBAL gun control scheme.

If passed by the UN and ratified by the U.S. Senate, the UN “Small Arms Treaty” would almost certainly FORCE the United States to:

*** Enact tougher licensing requirements, making law-abiding Americans cut through even more bureaucratic red tape just to own a firearm legally;

*** CONFISCATE and DESTROY ALL “unauthorized” civilian firearms (all firearms owned by the government are excluded, of course); [Read More]

Latest On Benghazi Attacks

US officials counter reports on Benghazi attacks

 IMAGE: An exterior view of the U.S. consulate, which was attacked and set on fire, in Benghazi.

Reuters: File. IMAGE: An exterior view of the U.S. consulate, which was attacked and set on fire, in Benghazi.
By Lolita C. Baldor        
The Pentagon provided more details Friday of the military response to the assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, as questions continue to swirl ahead of the presidential election about the government’s response to the attack.

WASHINGTON — Although two teams of special operations forces were deployed from central Europe and the United States, the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, which began after 9 p.m. local time and ended by about 6 a.m., was over before they arrived at Sigonella Naval Air Station in Sicily, Italy, across the Mediterranean from Libya.

Pentagon press secretary George Little said that after the attack began, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta quickly met with his senior military advisers, including the top U.S. commander for Africa Command who was in Washington for meetings. Little said that within a few hours Panetta had ordered units to move to Libya. [Read More]

Iran says they dont want a Bomb

Iran pulls back on nuclear ambitions

 IMAGE: Israel's Defence Minister Ehud Barak attends a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.

Reuters: File. IMAGE: Israel’s Defence Minister Ehud Barak attends a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.
 By Maria Golovnina   of Reuters
Israel’s defense minister says a military strike against Iran is still possible in the future.

LONDON – Iran has drawn back from its ambitions to build a nuclear weapon, Israel’s defense minister was quoted as saying on Tuesday, while warning that his country may still have to decide next year whether to launch a military strike against it. [Read More]

Russia slams US voting

Russia’s electoral overseer pans “undemocratic” U.S. vote

 File: Russia's electoral overseer dubs U.S. elections "undemocratic."

Getty Images: Marc Serota. File: Russia’s electoral overseer dubs U.S. elections “undemocratic.”
  By Gabriela Baczynska and Timothy Heritage  of Reuters
Possibly in tit-for-tat with U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, Vladimir Churov, head of Russia’s Central Election Commission, slams U.S. election process.
MOSCOW – Tired of being lectured on democracy, the man known in Russia as “The Magician” for overseeing fraud-marred elections won by Vladimir Putin turned the tables on Wednesday by lambasting the U.S. electoral system. [Read More]