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Zimbabwe sold 30 baby elephants to China

Zimbabwe has sold 30 baby elephants to China to seek money to save other wildlife as the country faces a devastating drought that has killed 55 elephants. Zimbabwe’s national parks authority said the money would be used to dig wells in Hwange National Park. #Elephants #China #Zimbabwe

Thailand’s National Elephant Day

Thailand’s National Elephant Day

Lack of rain in Zimbabwe making it difficult to recover from Cyclone

Lack of rain in Zimbabwe making it difficult to recover from Cyclone

China’s ivory ban

China’s ivory ban

Elderly Acrobats: Life expectancy in China has more than doubled to 77 years

Elderly Acrobats: Life expectancy in China has more than doubled to 77 years

Erdogan: We want to further strengthen this grain corridor

Erdogan: We want to further strengthen this grain corridor

Success story of Türkiye-brokered grain deal

Success story of Türkiye-brokered grain deal

Nigerian army rejects report on secret mass abortion programme

Nigerian army rejects report on secret mass abortion programme

Chinese President Xi visits Saudi Arabia to boost ties

Chinese President Xi visits Saudi Arabia to boost ties

Brittney Griner released by Russia in prisoner swap with US

Brittney Griner released by Russia in prisoner swap with US

US drops conditions for F-16 sales to Türkiye

US drops conditions for F-16 sales to Türkiye

Putin: Russia considers nuclear weapons as tool for deterrence

Putin: Russia considers nuclear weapons as tool for deterrence

Boluarte elected as Peru's new president following Castillo's impeachment

Boluarte elected as Peru's new president following Castillo's impeachment

German far-right group raided over coup plot

German far-right group raided over coup plot

Conditions for sale of US F-16s removed from defence bill

Conditions for sale of US F-16s removed from defence bill

6th TRT World Forum to kick off in Istanbul on Friday

6th TRT World Forum to kick off in Istanbul on Friday

Families in Qatar host World Cup fans in their homes

Families in Qatar host World Cup fans in their homes

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