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Long elephant walk adds urgency to China’s conservation efforts

A herd of wild elephants marching through villages and towns in southwest China’s Yunnan Province has caused a frenzy among fans online, adding to the urgency of the country’s efforts to protect the animals’ natural habitats. Last spring, 16 Asian elephants began walking north from a nature reserve in Xishuangbanna, a tropical region on the …

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Italy opens Euro 2020 by setting Turkey free from the previous three ideas

Turkey 0 – Italy 3 Italy exited the opening match of the Euro 2020 soccer tournament which was held on Friday night in Rome as acceptable contenders for the title. Their coordinated pressing game exhausted the Turks and trailed them with three goals in the second half – the Azzurri’s biggest return in a European …

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Billionaire founder of Invenergy exposed to hacker extortion attempt

Clean energy company Invenergy said Friday it was hacked but “did not intend to pay any ransom,” after one of the world’s most notorious ransomware gangs threatened to leak embarrassing details about its billionaire CEO. The Chicago-based private company, known for building large wind and solar farms, said it had “investigated unauthorized activity on some …

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GSK Consumer Chief Plans Deal After Disengagement From Pharma

GSK’s CEO of consumer healthcare expects the newly separated company to make deals in growth areas such as vitamins in a sector ready for consolidation. Brian McNamara told the Financial Times the company will be able to strike smaller deals, despite being debt-laden, speaking before a much-anticipated investor day detailing the split between GSK’s pharmaceutical …

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Olympic volunteers find the same work as paid employees who don’t play the game

The Tokyo Olympics are struggling to retain their army of volunteers after it emerged that organizers were hiring paid staff to do similar work, the latest hurdle to the long-awaited Games in Japan. About 10,000 volunteers have resigned in recent weeks, according to organizers, out of about 110,000 who are the welcoming face of the …

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