Despite inhabiting an area the size of the U.K., Africa’s signature large animals are declining in wildlife preserves.
Long-dead Oilfield In Nigeria Still Sows Conflict Between Shell And Communities That Watched It Grow
Sixty-five years after striking oil in the Niger River Delta, the giant multinational is still learning what not to do.
Grisly remains found at the tomb of the ancient Egyptian king’s head of sacrifices to the gods.
Developers have cut down the forests of the tribe’s homeland and left them hopelessly hooked on booze, researchers say.
Film premiere of “The Will to See” challenges Americans to re-engage with the world’s dangerous, desperate places.
Study emphasizes need for strategic management to safeguard thousands of species.
Los números más bajos reflejan una caída en los europeos que ingresan a los seminarios. El cardenal Luis Tagle llama a Europa “territorio de misión”.
The lower numbers reflect a drop in Europeans joining seminaries. Cardinal Luis Tagle calls Europe “mission territory.”
Would-be hijackers fled in speedboats as troops from a nearby destroyer dropped onto container ship’s deck from a helicopter.