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The government cites a growing conflict between humans and the animals, which at times destroy crops.
The 'American Taliban' will leave prison after 17 years - some are concerned about what he will do now.
Atmospheric observations pinpoint eastern China as the source of rise in ozone-destroying chemicals.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has campaigned hard to retain the commanding majority he won in 2014.
Michael Avenatti is accused of misappropriating funds from the porn star, prosecutors say.
In a non-binding vote, the General Assembly demands the UK give the islands back to Mauritius.
Mr Trump called the accusations a "takedown attempt of the president of the United States".
Residents of a city in the Urals vote against a proposal to build a cathedral in a beloved park.
Mr Trump rules out any bipartisan co-operation until the Democrats call off "phoney investigations".
Tackling the world's single-use plastic problem
Researchers in Israel hope to make a beer brewed with ancient yeast available in shops.
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A spokesman for the president says the Philippines is ready to dump the rubbish off Canada's shores.
A Mississippi lawmaker allegedly left his wife with a bloody nose in an argument over sex.
The Italian fashion house will no longer use fur from next year, joining the list of fur-free brands.
A popular Iranian female singer faces a court summons after performing solo in public.
Calling the former vice-president a "fool of low IQ" is part of North Korea's propaganda strategy.
The father of a girl in Islamabad who was abducted and killed says police did little to find her.
Social media expert who propelled The Museum of English Rural Life to global fame is snapped up by Tesla.
Gabon's president sacks his vice-president and forestry minister amid a timber-smuggling scandal.