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Al Qaeda attack will not derail Ivory Coast revival, president says

News : Reuters: World News

GRAND BASSAM, Ivory Coast (Reuters) - Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara vowed on Wednesday that an al Qaeda-claimed attack on a beach resort that killed 18 people would not derail the West African nation's post-war revival.

AP sources: House to vote as early as Thursday in bid to revive White House-backed trade bill

US Politics / Liberal : SFGate: Politics

WASHINGTON (AP) — AP sources: House to vote as early as Thursday in bid to revive White House-backed trade bill.

U.S. Tightens Ivory Ban In Bid To Stop Elephant Poaching, Obama Imposes ‘Near-Total Ban’

News : The Inquisitr - News

Today, Barack Obama imposed a “near-total ban” on the commercial trade of ivory as the U.S. tightens their stance on the slaughter of African elephants. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have changed restrictions on ivory sales in ...

Tunisia welcomes first cruise ship since last year's terror attacks

Local Interest / Middle East : The Guardian: Middle East

MS Europa’s arrival raises hopes of a revival in nation’s tourism trade after it nosedived following the deaths of 59 holidaymakers The first cruise ship to visit Tunisia since 59 tourists were killed in two terrorist attacks last y...

U.N. gathering rejects southern African bids to trade ivory, rhino horn

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Namibia and Zimbabwe failed on Monday to convince a U.N. body that they should be allowed to export elephant ivory, while Swaziland lost a bid to sell rhino horn - moves they all argued would protect the ani...

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