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Puerto Rico defaults on bond payment: Moody's

A view of the Old San Juan district in Puerto Rico, on February 11, 2015Washington (AFP) - The US territory of Puerto Rico, deep in economic crisis, has defaulted on part of its $73-billion debt by missing a bond payment due on Monday, rating firm Moody's said.


Hunters in Africa say they have a role in conservation

This handout photo provided by Stuart Pimm shows a lion in Kenya. The circle of life is closing in on the king of the jungle. When a Minnesota dentist killed famed Cecil the lion, the Internet exploded with outrage. But scientists who have studied lions have seen it before. They’ve watched the African lion population shrink by more than half since 1980 and dwindle even faster in East Africa where lions used to be most abundant. They’ve seen trophy hunting, like the dentist’s, promise to spur lion conservation with influxes of lots of cash, then not work as planned. And even more importantly, they’ve seen lion habitat shrink and lions be killed by local residents because of conflict with livestock and agriculture.(Stuart Pimm via AP)JOHANNESBURG (AP) — In 1909-10, Theodore Roosevelt headed a Smithsonian hunting and trapping expedition in Africa that included colleagues who prepared the wildlife he killed for shipment back to America. The former U.S. president and his son, Kermit, shot hundreds of animals.


Cooler weather helps crews battling California wildfire

Burned signs are shown on a road near Lower Lake, Calif., Friday, July 31, 2015. A series of wildfires were intensified by dry vegetation, triple-digit temperatures and gusting winds. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)LOWER LAKE, Calif. (AP) — Cooler weather helped crews build a buffer Monday between a raging Northern California wildfire and some of the thousands of homes it threatened as it tore through drought-withered brush that hadn't burned in years.


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