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Giant Parrot Heracles unupectatus, also known as "Squawkzilla", is the first of its kind in New Zealand: a study

(Newser) – Researchers believe they have discovered the largest known parrot that has ever inhabited our planet, and it just happens to be about twice the size of the parrot now detonating. While the critically endangered New Zealand cocoa can weigh nearly 8 pounds, Heracles unexpected weighed approximately 15.5 pounds and at approximately 39 inches tall would be able to …

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Kansas ranchers dispute UN report that links cows to climate change

A major report just out of the U.N. focuses on the key roles of our food and land use in fighting climate change. Scientists outline the results of a two-year study in Switzerland. Thursday morning. The intergovernmental panel on climate change says agriculture, forestry and other land uses produce nearly half of the world's methane emissions, and greenhouse gas that …

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"Several positives" in Kashmir are moving, says Karan Singh in Congress

Congress leader Karan Singh, whose father signed the terms of Kashmir's accession in 1947, said today that he did not agree with the "blanket condemnation" of the center's decisions, which he said "were unusually swift and caught all of us are completely surprised. "The decisions would have far-reaching consequences at many levels," said Karan Singh, the last Sadr-e-Riyasat and the …

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Agriculture must be modified to prevent catastrophic warning: Salt: NPR

In recent decades, large peas have been harvested in Brazil to make room for cultivation. Deforestation contributes to global warming, and its reversal will be necessary to avoid catastrophic climate change. Andre Penner / AP hide caption switch inscription Andre Penner / AP In recent decades, large cities in the forest have been cut down in Brazil to make room …

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Washington Post: Kimberly Breyer resigns from the State Department

Breyer's departure comes after White House policy adviser Stephen Miller chastised her on what he believed to be a lack of commitment to defending the US asylum agreement with Guatemala, citing The Post, citing to a senior administration official. Breyer, whose office was responsible for the Trump administration's attempts to control immigration from Mexico, also questioned the power the White …

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Analysis: Pakistan expels Indian ambassador over Kashmir move

Pakistan intensified political pressure on India over the disputed territory of Kashmir. He expelled the Indian ambassador, worsened diplomatic relations and halted bilateral trade. Indian security forces have put pressure on the Kashmir administration as the federal government has stripped the state of its autonomy. We have reporters covering both sides of this story. Al Jazeera's Priyanka Gupta live from …

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US raises travel warning for Hong Kong over growing civilian unrest

Fire burns as protesters stand off against riot police during a protest in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong, China. Billy H.C. Kwok | Getty Images The United States raised its travel warning for Hong Kong, urging travelers to exercise increased caution in Chinese territory due to what termed civilian unrest after months of sometimes violent street protests. The protests in …

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Venezuela Maduro suspends negotiations with opposition after US sanctions | Venezuela news

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered his government representatives not to travel to Barbados for planned talks with political opposition beginning Thursday blaming US sanctions for the impasse. Maduro "decided not to send Venezuelan delegation" for talks Thursday and Friday with opposition leader Juan Guido's representatives "because of the severe and brutal aggression" perpetually … carried out by the Trump administration …

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Hong Kong protests: With bifurcated city, Beijing tries new tactics to garner support

But what of the residents who find themselves caught between the two countries, their neighborhoods tear-gas-covered, barricades and weekly violent clashes? Since June 9, hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong citizens have come out to support protest and dissatisfaction with the city's governance and policies. Recently last weekend, families and senior citizens joined rallies to show their support. But there …

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