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Crime Miami-Dade police are searching for two robbers who forced their way into a home with a 14-year-old inside, blindfolded him on the floor with his own shirt and then made off with several electronics Friday Aug. Miami-Dade police are searching for two robbers who forced their way into a home with a 14-year-old inside, blindfolded him on the floor with his own shirt and then made off with several electronics Friday Aug. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that the global manatee population is no longer endangered. Wild wolves started coming back to Europe, and for the first time since the American Revolution, wild salmon began spawning in the Connecticut River. In March, Yellowstone’s grizzly bears passed a major milestone, completing one of the greatest wildlife comeback stories in history. Fifty years ago, the Columbian white-tailed deer population was 450 animals. At the beginning of the year, we heard that global spending on aid and development increased by 7%, and spending on refugees has doubled. In April, Pony Ma Huateng, the chief executive of the Chinese internet giant Tencent, donated billion to charity. 2015 was America’s most generous year ever, with charitable donations from individuals, estates, foundations and corporations reaching record highs. Online crowdfunding raised almost

Crime Miami-Dade police are searching for two robbers who forced their way into a home with a 14-year-old inside, blindfolded him on the floor with his own shirt and then made off with several electronics Friday Aug. Miami-Dade police are searching for two robbers who forced their way into a home with a 14-year-old inside, blindfolded him on the floor with his own shirt and then made off with several electronics Friday Aug.

Fish and Wildlife Service announced that the global manatee population is no longer endangered. Wild wolves started coming back to Europe, and for the first time since the American Revolution, wild salmon began spawning in the Connecticut River. In March, Yellowstone’s grizzly bears passed a major milestone, completing one of the greatest wildlife comeback stories in history. Fifty years ago, the Columbian white-tailed deer population was 450 animals. At the beginning of the year, we heard that global spending on aid and development increased by 7%, and spending on refugees has doubled. In April, Pony Ma Huateng, the chief executive of the Chinese internet giant Tencent, donated $2 billion to charity. 2015 was America’s most generous year ever, with charitable donations from individuals, estates, foundations and corporations reaching record highs. Online crowdfunding raised almost $1 million for the kids of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile to go to college.96.

In 2016, charitable giving in China rose to $15 billion, a 10 fold increase from just a decade ago Bloomberg95.

” isn’t a phrase coined by some cut-throat tabloid editor. This year, the US Fish and Wildlife Service took it off the endangered list. Green sea turtles in Florida and Mexico were taken off the endangered list. Sea World agreed to stop breeding captive killer whales. Humpback whales were removed from the endangered species list, having fully recovered in the last 46 years. The US finalized new regulations to shut down commercial elephant ivory trade within its borders and stop wildlife crime overseas. Mongolia created one of the world’s largest protected areas for snow leopards. In September, giant pandas became the latest species to be taken off the endangered list. Warren Buffett gave $2.9 billion to charity, again.

It’s a potent truth that lies at the heart of the modern day media machine. That’s why our team at Future Crunch spent the year gathering good news stories you probably didn’t hear about, and sent them out in our fortnightly newsletter. Plastic bag use plummeted in England thanks to the introduction of a 5p charge in 2015. The Italian government overwhelmingly backed a new set of laws aimed at cutting down the vast amounts of food wasted in the country each year. In December, four of the world’s biggest cities, Paris, Madrid, Athens and Mexico City, agreed to ban diesel cars from their centres. At this year’s CITES conference, 183 countries agreed to the strongest protections ever for endangered animals, with big wins for parrots, rhinos, porpoises, rays and elephants. And his son, a farmer and environmentalist, quietly continued to spend his billion dollar inheritance on sustainable agriculture and hunger eradication. The Gates Foundation announced another $5 billion in charity for Africa.

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Crime Miami-Dade police are searching for two robbers who forced their way into a home with a 14-year-old inside, blindfolded him on the floor with his own shirt and then made off with several electronics Friday Aug. Miami-Dade police are searching for two robbers who forced their way into a home with a 14-year-old inside, blindfolded him on the floor with his own shirt and then made off with several electronics Friday Aug. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that the global manatee population is no longer endangered. Wild wolves started coming back to Europe, and for the first time since the American Revolution, wild salmon began spawning in the Connecticut River. In March, Yellowstone’s grizzly bears passed a major milestone, completing one of the greatest wildlife comeback stories in history. Fifty years ago, the Columbian white-tailed deer population was 450 animals. At the beginning of the year, we heard that global spending on aid and development increased by 7%, and spending on refugees has doubled. In April, Pony Ma Huateng, the chief executive of the Chinese internet giant Tencent, donated $2 billion to charity. 2015 was America’s most generous year ever, with charitable donations from individuals, estates, foundations and corporations reaching record highs. Online crowdfunding raised almost $1 million for the kids of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile to go to college.96. In 2016, charitable giving in China rose to $15 billion, a 10 fold increase from just a decade ago Bloomberg95.” isn’t a phrase coined by some cut-throat tabloid editor. This year, the US Fish and Wildlife Service took it off the endangered list. Green sea turtles in Florida and Mexico were taken off the endangered list. Sea World agreed to stop breeding captive killer whales. Humpback whales were removed from the endangered species list, having fully recovered in the last 46 years. The US finalized new regulations to shut down commercial elephant ivory trade within its borders and stop wildlife crime overseas. Mongolia created one of the world’s largest protected areas for snow leopards. In September, giant pandas became the latest species to be taken off the endangered list. Warren Buffett gave $2.9 billion to charity, again.It’s a potent truth that lies at the heart of the modern day media machine. That’s why our team at Future Crunch spent the year gathering good news stories you probably didn’t hear about, and sent them out in our fortnightly newsletter. Plastic bag use plummeted in England thanks to the introduction of a 5p charge in 2015. The Italian government overwhelmingly backed a new set of laws aimed at cutting down the vast amounts of food wasted in the country each year. In December, four of the world’s biggest cities, Paris, Madrid, Athens and Mexico City, agreed to ban diesel cars from their centres. At this year’s CITES conference, 183 countries agreed to the strongest protections ever for endangered animals, with big wins for parrots, rhinos, porpoises, rays and elephants. And his son, a farmer and environmentalist, quietly continued to spend his billion dollar inheritance on sustainable agriculture and hunger eradication. The Gates Foundation announced another $5 billion in charity for Africa.DENISON, Texas (AP) — Police say an 18-year-old white woman who burst into a church in northeast Texas and claimed she had been kidnapped and sexually assaulted by three black males in ski masks has admitted she lied.

million for the kids of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile to go to college.96. In 2016, charitable giving in China rose to billion, a 10 fold increase from just a decade ago Bloomberg95.” isn’t a phrase coined by some cut-throat tabloid editor. This year, the US Fish and Wildlife Service took it off the endangered list. Green sea turtles in Florida and Mexico were taken off the endangered list. Sea World agreed to stop breeding captive killer whales. Humpback whales were removed from the endangered species list, having fully recovered in the last 46 years. The US finalized new regulations to shut down commercial elephant ivory trade within its borders and stop wildlife crime overseas. Mongolia created one of the world’s largest protected areas for snow leopards. In September, giant pandas became the latest species to be taken off the endangered list. Warren Buffett gave .9 billion to charity, again.It’s a potent truth that lies at the heart of the modern day media machine. That’s why our team at Future Crunch spent the year gathering good news stories you probably didn’t hear about, and sent them out in our fortnightly newsletter. Plastic bag use plummeted in England thanks to the introduction of a 5p charge in 2015. The Italian government overwhelmingly backed a new set of laws aimed at cutting down the vast amounts of food wasted in the country each year. In December, four of the world’s biggest cities, Paris, Madrid, Athens and Mexico City, agreed to ban diesel cars from their centres. At this year’s CITES conference, 183 countries agreed to the strongest protections ever for endangered animals, with big wins for parrots, rhinos, porpoises, rays and elephants. And his son, a farmer and environmentalist, quietly continued to spend his billion dollar inheritance on sustainable agriculture and hunger eradication. The Gates Foundation announced another billion in charity for Africa.DENISON, Texas (AP) — Police say an 18-year-old white woman who burst into a church in northeast Texas and claimed she had been kidnapped and sexually assaulted by three black males in ski masks has admitted she lied.

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