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A tiger, as seen from above its cage, as it feeds during lunchtime.
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 The Independent 
Save the tiger: The animals bred for bones on China’s tiger farms
There are more tigers in Chinese tiger farms than exist in the wild in the rest of the world. The tigers are bred for their hides and their bones which are used in a wine. The trade in tiger parts was... (photo: WN / RTayco)
Mangrove trees growing at edge of island, Madagascar
Europe   Madagascar   Photos   Tourism   Wikipedia: Madagascar
 San Francisco Chronicle 
Madagascar billed as surfing paradise
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Itching to catch a wave? Try Madagascar. The island nation in the Indian Ocean has become the 86th member of the International Surfing Association as part of a drive to promote the... (photo: Creative Commons)
Pentagon ‘Lost Track’ Of $626 Million Of Weapons In Afghanistan  The Inquisitr 
Pentagon ‘Lost Track’ Of $626 Million Of Weapons In Afghanistan
A Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) repot says that the Defense Department information systems designed to track weapons sent to Afghanistan is “full or... (photo: USMC / Frances Johnson)
Afghanistan   Defence   Photos   US Troops   Wikipedia: Afghanistan
Gaza battle rages into fourth week  Taipei Times 
Gaza battle rages into fourth week
Israel’s bombardment of Gaza left dozens more Palestinians dead yesterday after a black day for the Israeli army, with the spiral of violence showing no sign of abating. As the conflict entered its... (photo: UN / Paulo Filgueiras)
Gaza   Israel Defence Forces   Palestinian   Photos   Wikipedia: Gaza Strip
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President Barack Obama arrives at a rally for New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine, Thursday, July 16, 2009, in Holmdel, N.J. Taipei Times
US accuses Russia of missile pact violation
In an escalation of tensions, the administration of US President Barack Obama accused Russia of conducting tests in violation of a 1987 nuclear missile treaty, calling... (photo: AP / Haraz N. Ghanbari)
2014 Ukraine crisis   INF Treaty   Photos   Sanctions on Russia   Wikipedia: Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
US paratroopers in Afghanistan hope to give Taliban a few final blows Stars and Stripes
US paratroopers in Afghanistan hope to give Taliban a few final blows
SHINKAI, Afghanistan — It was a homecoming of sorts for Lt. Col. Paul Larson, returning to this remote corner of southern Afghanistan at the twilight of America’s longest... (photo: USMC / Frances Johnson)
Afghanistan   Defence   Photos   Troops   Wikipedia: Afghanistan
PLO announcement of 24-hour Gaza ceasefire disavowed by Hamas The Guardian
PLO announcement of 24-hour Gaza ceasefire disavowed by Hamas
Militant groups reject claim of agreement to pause fighting, as Palestinian delegation meet in Cairo aiming to end war Shells hit fuel tanks at Gaza's only power plant,... (photo: UN / Paulo Filgueiras)
Gaza Strip   Palestine   Photos   UN   Wikipedia: Palestine
Honda Cars India, company showroom Xinhua
Honda Motor's net profit jumps 19.6 pct in Q2 on new model rollouts
TOKYO, July 29 (Xinhua) -- Honda Motor Co. announced Tuesday its group net profit in the April-June quarter jumped 19.6 percent from a year earlier to 146.51 billion yen... (photo: WN / Geeta)
Automobile   Honda Motor Co.   Photos   Toyota Motor   Wikipedia: Honda
Palestinians flee their houses following an Israeli ground offensive in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip Spiegel Online
The Children of War: A Humanitarian Catastrophe Unfolds in Gaza
Israel's incursion into the Gaza Strip triggered a bloody war. Brutal images of dead and injured Palestinians have circulated widely, but a cease-fire still appears to be... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Gaza Conflict   Human Rights   Photos   UN   Wikipedia: 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict
Zhou Yongkang, State Councilor; Minister of Public Safety and commissioner of National Narcotics Control Commission; People's Republic of China The Guardian
China begins corruption inquiry into former security chief Zhou Yongkang
Zhou is most senior Chinese politician to be linked to corruption scandal since Communist party came to power in 1949 Zhou Yongkang has been under virtual house arrest... (photo: Public Domain)
Bo Xilai   Corruptions in China   Photos   Wikipedia: Zhou Yongkang   Zhou Yongkang
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