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Taiwanese Companies Accused of Recruiting Semiconductor Experts for the CCP
TAIPEI, Taiwan—Local prosecutors and law enforcement officials on March 9 raided seven locations and questioned 19 individuals in an investigation over China’s poaching of Taiwanese semiconductor experts. The 19 individuals ...
March 10, 2021
11 Elephants Mysteriously Die in Zimbabwe Forest, Parks Authorities Are Investigating
The parks authorities in Zimbabwe are investigating the deaths of 11 elephants in a forest in the west ...
September 2, 2020
The Associated Press
Brand-New Eastern Black Rhinoceros Calf Born at Cincinnati Zoo–and the Footage Is Adorable
A Cincinnati zoo has welcomed a brand-new eastern black rhinoceros into the world, born healthy on the evening ...
August 29, 2020
EMG Inspired Staff
Kenya ‘Tames’ Elephant Poaching, Sees Elephant Numbers Double in Past 3 Decades
Kenya is welcoming an increasing elephant population after a concerted effort by the government, and nonprofits, to put ...
August 19, 2020
A Marine’s Fight Against Poaching
Poaching is a severe problem in Africa that is not only cruel to the wildlife, but also provides ...
September 2, 2019
Rescued Stork Malena’s Love Story Inspires Carer to Protect Birds From Poachers
An eastern Croatian man hopes his heartwarming story of nursing an injured water bird back to health will ...
August 19, 2019
Texas Game Warden Offers $1,000 Reward for Prosecuting Alligator Tail Butcher
Authorities are trying to find the person responsible for removing an alligator's tail in northern Texas on Aug. ...
August 7, 2019
Dentist Accused of Killing Thousands of Protected Jaguars as Part of Poaching Gang
Authorities in Brazil have broken up a gang of alleged poachers accused of killing thousands of endangered animals, ...
July 9, 2019
4 Poachers Hunting Tigers and Dolphins Killed in Shootout by Police
Four poachers hunting for tigers and dolphins were killed in a shootout with police in thick mangrove forest ...
May 30, 2019
Poachers Filmed Shooting Bear, Cubs in Alaska Den
Poachers in Alaska were filmed killing a hibernating mother bear and cubs in footage released by the Humane ...
March 31, 2019
100 Baby Seals Captured by Chinese Poachers, Rescued and Sent to Wildlife Facilities
One hundred baby spotted seals that had been captured by poachers were found in a poultry farm in ...
February 26, 2019
How China Poaches Taiwanese Semiconductor Experts to Fulfill Tech Ambition
Recent media reports say China is proposing to boost imports of U.S. semiconductors to $200 billion in the ...
February 21, 2019
Tanzania Sentences Chinese Businesswoman to 15 Years for Smuggling Tusks
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania—A Tanzanian court sentenced a prominent Chinese businesswoman dubbed the "Ivory Queen" to 15 years ...
February 19, 2019
Chinese Medicine Demand is Depleting Asian Elephant Population in Burma
Asian elephants in Burma are being poached at an alarming rate—all to meet soaringdemand for the animal's skin ...
September 24, 2018
Documentary Captures the Magic and Majesty of the African Elephant
Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson's sweeping new documentary film "Walking Thunder: Ode to the African Elephant" takes viewers on ...
September 20, 2018
87 Elephants Found Slaughtered in Botswana, Africa
An alarming number of elephant carcasses have been discovered in aerial surveys across Botswana in what has been ...
September 5, 2018
China Wiped Out Dolphin Species, Now a Porpoise Is Under Threat
Ever heard of a baiji? It used to be a freshwater dolphin living uniquely in China's famous Yangtze ...
July 3, 2016
Kenya Burns 105 Tons of Ivory Tusks
Kenya is set to burn 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than 1 ton of rhino horn, ...
April 30, 2016
The Associated Press
Can Elephants Retain Their Social Bonds in the Face of Poaching
As highly social animals – like human beings – elephants rely on their bonds to navigate everyday life.
December 18, 2015
Planned US Ivory Rules Not Fazing California Chinatown Shops
SAN FRANCISCO—Ivory dealers in San Francisco's Chinatown stood in their shop doors next to windows full of carved ...
July 28, 2015
The Associated Press
The Bogus Link Between Ivory and Terrorism
It is often said that if something is repeated often enough, it becomes accepted as true. This has ...
January 17, 2015
Chopping Off the Rhino’s Horn and the War on Wildlife Crime
As the electric saw cuts into the base of the horn of the live rhino lying at my ...
November 2, 2014
How Thunderstorms Could Help Save African Elephants
Elephants can tell when a storm is approaching, even if it’s 150 miles away. Scientists hope one day ...
October 11, 2014
Laws Against Elephant Slaughter Have Little—or Even Opposite—Effect
Ever since the World Trade ban on illegal ivory trade in 1989, there has only been an increased ...
August 20, 2014
Discarded Cell Phones to Help Fight Rainforest Poachers, Loggers in Real-Time
A technology that uses discarded mobile phones to create a real-time alert system against logging and poaching will ...
June 29, 2014
Rhett A. Butler
Conservationists Hope Technology, Ranger Training Will Defeat Poachers
As the slaughter of elephants, rhinos, and tigers increases, conservationists are looking to promising surveillance technologies and training ...
November 5, 2013
The Terror Trade of Big Game Poaching
The Terror Trade of Big Game Poaching and How New Technology Can Fight It. Africa's wild elephants are ...
October 11, 2013
Amazon’s Twitch Bans Users Based on Undisclosed ‘Hate Group’ List
China Reins in Jack Ma’s Ant Group With Enforced Revamp
Hammer-Wielding Intruders Damage Hong Kong Epoch Times Printing Press
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Beyond the Dollar: China’s Plan to Replace US Treasuries
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Buttigieg Admits to Overstating Infrastructure Plan Job Creation Number by 16 Million: ‘I Should Have Been More Precise’
Australia Eyes Second WTO Action Against China, This Time for Wine
Daniel Y. Teng
Arizona Governor Signs Bill Banning Private Donations for Election Processes
Isabel van Brugen
Biden to Meet With Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers About Infrastructure Proposal
Russia Faces ‘Consequences’ if It Acts Aggressively in Ukraine: US Secretary of State
25 Illegal Immigrants Discovered Packed in Railcars Near US-Mexico Border