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African swine fever has left a trail of devastation in Europe and Asia. Shortages and rising prices are the consequences, also in Thailand.
Just days after a boar with African swine fever was found in Germany, the country's pork producers have been cut off from key Asian markets. Japan joined China, South Korea and Singapore in halting German pork imports.
Carmakers like VW, BMW, Daimler, PSA and Renault have been linked to Amazon rainforest deforestation in a new study. It said the firms may be using leather from cattle raised on illegally deforested land for their seats.
The mass killing of Danish minks shines a spotlight on a highly dubious industry. It also shows how little we value the lives and deaths of so-called farm animals.
A year ago, ophthalmologist Li Wenliang was the first to share information about a SARS-type lung infection with colleagues in Wuhan, China. Researchers have learned a lot since then. Here are the most important points.
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