Sniffer dog Berry works at customs at Hamburg airport. He's been trained to sniff out endangered species and products illegally made from them. It's part of Germany's effort to protect animals threatened with extinction.
Austrian Post has been ordered to pay €18 million for selling data about customers' assumed political allegiances. The postal service, which is traded on markets but majority publicly owned, will appeal the decision.
On this week's Eco Africa, we visit a group in Cameroon empowering women by providing them with solar panels and see how an artist in South Africa is making decoys to entice penguins to go where there is more food.
Endangered reptiles are being traded on Facebook. Wildlife activists say tech giants aren't doing enough to shut down groups buying and selling live animals.
Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers have had their trips canceled due to the company's insolvency. The company's insurance policy has already blown its limit, so customers will struggle to be fully compensated.
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