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$9K fine and ownership ban for man who starved dog
New dietary treatment for epilepsy well tolerated and reduced seizures
Tropical fly study reveals that mother’s age and diet influences offspring health
Isolating Daraa al-Balad threatens 40,000 with starvation: ‘Scarce goods’
Window for planting in northern Ethiopia narrows as hunger catastrophe looms
ATSB investigation highlights safety issues with emergency egress from Cessna 206 rear cargo door
Bacterial survival kit to endure in soil
$5000 fine and three year ban for dog cruelty
WFP resumes operations to reach 2 million people with emergency food assistance in Tigray
Unusual prey: Spiders eating snakes
I think so: researchers use phylogenetics to untangle convergent adaptation in birds
Study suggests scientists may need to rethink which genes control aging
More than 5.7 million children under five on brink of starvation across world
Madagascar’s hungry ‘holding on for dear life’, WFP chief warns
Arctic rotifers still alive after 24,000 years in a frozen state
Invisible crisis: WFP Chief appeals for world not to look away as families starve in Madagascar
Germany supports WFP’s life-saving food assistance to vulnerable families in South Sudan
UN Human Rights Council 47 Interactive Dialogue with UN Special Rapporteur on Eritrea
Marine heatwaves, zombie kina, and why MPAs need careful thought
Famine risk spikes amid conflict, COVID-19 and funding gaps: WFP
South Australian man bailed to WA on animal cruelty charges
Amazing world of flame balls, doughnuts and horseshoes
Shrinking to survive: Bacteria adapt to a lifestyle in flux
$270m funding boost is great news for Reef health
UN agencies scale-up response to address looming famine ‘catastrophe’ in Tigray
UN agencies concerned by looming famine in northern Ethiopia, call for urgent life-saving action to avert it. Over 350 000 people
UN agencies concerned by looming famine in northern Ethiopia, call for urgent life-saving action to avert it Over 350 000 people
Cirrus SR22, G-CTAM; anniversary statement
Seabirds face dire threats from climate change, human activity – especially in Northern Hemisphere
WFP condemns looting of food assistance in greater Jonglei, South Sudan
Russia’s ongoing violations of human rights in illegally annexed Crimea, Ukraine UK statement
African Development Bank funds emergency food effort for thousands starving in southern Madagascar
Woman gets $22K fine and 10 year ban for horse neglect
YEMEN: A quarter of all civilian casualties are children
More violence ‘last thing Yemen needs’, peace ‘only way’ to resolve crises
Boosting body heat production: a new approach for treating o
Aus Government’s $30m investment for water quality is good news for Reef
Unraveling a mystery of dinoflagellate genomic architecture
Iodine deficiency in lambs and kids
Alexei Navalny has been on a hunger strike for over 3 weeks
Averting further crisis in Yemen
We need doctors back in aged care and nurses back in nursing homes
University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute researchers using AI to decode unique cultures
Deaths at sea en route to Europe continue despite COVID-19
IOM, Governments and 38 partners Launch USD 99 Million Appeal for Migrants Across Horn of Africa and Yemen
As more than one million pregnant women face malnutrition in Yemen, UNFPA Executive Director appeals for peace and increased support
UN agencies call for urgent action to avert famine risk in 20 ‘hunger hotspots’
Lack of prey reduces breeding success in puffin populations