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Mummified remains of Love Has Won cult leader found in group’s Colorado home

Denver Post 03 May 2021
A follower told deputies the body belonged to Lia Carlson, and a Saguache County sheriff’s corporal wrote in the affidavit that, “Ms ... Related Articles ... Capitol riot is an Army Reserve veteran who served in Iraq Bears attack and kill Colorado woman, wildlife officials confirm human remains found in animals’ stomachs Denver weather ... .
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ISIS using illegal ivory trade to fund terrorism in East Africa, former UK ambassador warns

The National 31 Mar 2021
Illegal wildlife trafficking has continued during the pandemic, despite increasing international awareness of the threat posed by zoonotic diseases which may originate in the illicit transfer of animal products,” he said ... Anti-ISIS coalition calls for sustained operations in Iraq and Syria.
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They're bearing down on us! Bears are released into the wild... and immediately turn on ...

The Daily Mail 12 Feb 2021
Six Syrian brown bears that were saved from captivity in people's homes were being freed during a wildlife conservation project in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq yesterday ... freed during a wildlife conservation project in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq yesterday.
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Paradox lost: wetlands can form in deserts, but we need to find and protect them

The Conversation 02 Feb 2021
They might not sound attractive to some people, but these bogs are among the world’s biggest stores of carbon, they provide abundant freshwater and they harbour a miraculous array of wildlife ... Wetlands are especially important in dry landscapes, as they can be the only supply of freshwater and food for people and wildlife for miles around.
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Nate Burrell, 60 Days In Star, Dies of Suicide

The Hollywood Gossip 02 Nov 2020
In 2014, he received his associate degree in criminal justice and law enforcement and had been working as a Fish and Wildlife officer in Michigan. “Nate was disappointed that, while he was stationed in Iraq on one of his two combat tours, his older brother had been arrested and was facing prison time again,” Burrell's biography on A&E reads.
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Iran dams threaten Iraqi water supplies

Middle East Monitor 07 Sep 2020
... to migrate to other places, but will have an impact on farmland, wildlife and tourism,” Director of Iraq’s Darbandikhan Dam Rahman Khani told Middle East Eye.
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Schubert-Akin: The 12th Annual Freedom Conference was a victory for liberty

Vail Daily 04 Sep 2020
Speakers for our conference included Kimberley Strassel of The Wall Street Journal editorial board and Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute, as well as Iraq War Veteran Rob Smith, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Director Aurelia Skipwith, and numerous other national thought leaders ... The most pressing issue in the U.S ... Sen. Cory Gardner, economist Dr ... .
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Opinion: 12th annual Freedom Conference was victory for liberty

Steamboat Pilot 02 Sep 2020
Speakers for our conference included Kimberley Strassel of The Wall Street Journal editorial board and Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute, as well as Iraq War veteran Rob Smith, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Director Aurelia Skipwith and numerous other national thought leaders ... The most pressing issue in the U.S ... Sen. Cory Gardner, economist Dr ... .
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Iraqi rivers under threat from dams in Iran and Turkey

Mail Guardian South Africa 29 Aug 2020
Nowhere is the effect on the country more palpable than in Basra, Iraq’s only coastal province ... Iraq’s water woes aren’t new ... The droughts that wrecked Iraq’s harvests between 2016 and 2018 were a taste of what may come, he said, warning that within five years, the Tigris and Euphrates rivers could dry up, killing wildlife and limiting potable water.
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As Turkey and Iran build dams, Iraqis watch twin rivers dry up

Gulf News 26 Aug 2020
The droughts that wrecked Iraq’s harvests between 2016 and 2018 were a taste of what may come, he said, warning that within five years, the Tigris and Euphrates could dry up, killing wildlife and limiting potable water ... The droughts that wrecked Iraq’s harvests between 2016 and ...
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As neighbours build dams, Iraqis watch twin rivers dry up

The Times of India 26 Aug 2020
DIWANIYAH, Iraq ... Nowhere is the effect on the country more palpable than in Basra, Iraq's only coastal province ... The droughts that wrecked Iraq's harvests between 2016 and 2018 were a taste of what may come, he said, warning that within five years, the Tigris and Euphrates could dry up, killing wildlife and limiting potable water.
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Henry, the Hedgehog Finder, Is a Very Good Boy

Gizmodo 23 Jul 2020
In Argentina, for instance, conservation dogs have helped scientists map a wildlife corridor through sniffing out the scat of big cats ... She doesn’t have to worry anymore about sending her dogs off to Afghanistan or Iraq, never to see them again ... “I train all my wildlife detection dogs like I did my explosive dogs,” Wilson told Gizmodo.
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America is Drowning in Problems: Washington is Picking Another Fight With China

GlobalResearch 22 May 2020
Washington is picking yet another fight with China ... Absolutely nothing was done ... President George W ... As Bush had deployed Louisiana’s National Guard to Iraq, the Louisiana governor had to borrow guardsmen from other states. The US Coast Guard, Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries personnel, and private individuals formed the force of first responders ... * ... Dr.
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Oh My Goodness: LI Bald Eagles Inspire Calendar Helping Soldiers, Animales In Need

CBS Sports 30 Jan 2020
CENTERPORT, N.Y ... The page is also filled with fans eager to catch the latest sightings ... Boots on the Ground NY is a not-for-profit organization that sends care packages to troops overseas in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Turkey and more ... WINORR stands for Wildlife In Need Of Rescue And Rehabilitation, a nonprofit that does exactly what the name entails ... .
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Tuesday briefing: 'Dangerous, disturbed, perverted'

The Guardian 07 Jan 2020
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