At least 10 people were killed in Kenya’s volatile Tana River delta. The clashes between the Pokomo and Orma ethnic groups occurred despite the presence of a paramilitary force.
The discovery of vast water reserves in Kenya's dry north could change the lives of people across the country. But even as locals celebrate, some worry that corruption will deny thirsty communities their right to water.
Charintip Tiyaphora coordinates a project in Thailand aimed at replenshing stocks of clown fish depleted as a result of illegal capture.
Whether it’s in pirate films, at the zoo or in nature, biologist Steve Boyes is fascinated by the Cape Parrot.
Bee researcher Uma Partap is fascinated by the dynamics of honeybee colonies and how much humans rely on the insects.
Peter Pratje has a special bond with orangutans. For the last 12 years, he’s been releasing the apes into the wild.
The bark of the Prunus Africana tree contains ingredients that fight illnesses like prostate cancer. Green groups and local residents are working together to stop illegal deforestation and promote sustainable harvesting.
Famous for its Red List, the International Union for Conservation of Nature is launching a “Green List” to highlight positive environmental projects. One of the first could be Kenya's Lake Bogoria nature reserve.
Animals stealing food from other animals isn't unusual. But some also gang up on humans.
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A Mongolian government study suggest a quarter of the country has become desert over the past three decades. Paris-based artist Daesung Lee uses art to highlight a problem threatening the traditional nomadic way of life
Apart from the fact that they both have bobtails, long ears and big feet, the differences between the two are more numerous than the similarities. First up, although they're related, they are different species.