France's Agriculture and Food Minister Stephane Travert has warned that the French navy is ready to act if there are fresh clashes between fishermen of the two countries in what has been dubbed the Scallop Wars.
In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in 2011, Japanese people have got used to a huge sea wall built to protect them in case of another giant tsunami hitting their shores.
This year Brazil's environmental ministry's budget was slashed by more than 40 percent as Brazil struggles through its worst economic crisis in a century, so officials are counting on the locals to form the front line against poaching.
Lagos's state government left 30,000 people homeless after authorities brutally set fire to their homes. The authorities were working hand-in-hand with developers on lucrative projects with little concern for court rulings or the rights of the poor.
Low and erratic rains caused by the El Nino since 2012 keep lands dry and produce poor harvests.
The incident that claimed the life of Mohammed Majed Bakr has sparked anger. There were several incidents in which Gazan fishermen were chased prior to the shooting.
While the existence of elves is yet to be proven, this folkloric legend still dominates life in Iceland.
Lake Kariba's record low water level threatens Zimbabwe and Zambia with hunger, power cuts
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