U.S. Consul General Mary Tarnowka remarked: “South Africa, home to 80 percent of the rhinos left on earth, reported 530 rhinos killed in the first six months of this year. Vietnam remains both a consumer destination and a transit point for rhino horns.” … [Read more...] about Where were you when the last rhino was killed?
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The tourism area is one of the most popular tourist and spiritual attractions in An Giang Province, attracting nearly 5 million visitors every year especially during the Ba Chua Xu Temple Festival that takes place annually from the 23rd to 27th of the forth month in Lunar Calendar. … [Read more...] about Sam Mountain National Tourism Area closes in response to Covid-19
The French president was welcomed to India with a guard of honour at the presidential palace in New Delhi AFP/Jacques Witt Macron, who in December warned that the global shift to a green energy future was too slow, said France would extend an extra 700 million euros (US$861.5 million) through loans and donations by 2022 for solar projects in emerging economies. … [Read more...] about Macron pledges 700 million euros for new solar projects
H’Hen Nie, a Top 5 finisher at Miss Universe 2018, returns to her hometown in Buon Ma Thuot city as a safety precaution to reduce the risk of catching the COVID-19. She writes a message in the ethnic Ede language, Vietnamese, and English, calling on people nationwide to remain at home. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese celebrities call on people stay at home to combat COVID-19
Wuhan was placed under lockdown in January with residents forbidden to leave, roadblocks ring-fencing the city's outskirts and drastic restrictions on daily life. But the major transport and industrial hub has now signalled the end of its long isolation, with state media showing the first officially sanctioned passenger train arriving back into the city just after midnight. People are now allowed to enter but not leave, and many trains arriving Saturday had been fully booked days in advance. Some had managed to slip back into the city a day earlier on rail services that were stopping in the city -- but nominally banned passengers from disembarking -- as enforcement of the travel ban began to ease. One woman who arrived on Friday said she and her daughter had been away from her husband for nearly 10 weeks. "As the train neared Wuhan, my child and I were both very excited," the 36-year-old told AFP on Saturday. "It felt like the train was moving faster than before, and my daughter … [Read more...] about China virus epicentre eases travel restrictions after lockdown