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  • Bosnia's landmine clearance delayed

    It's estimated there are still 84,000 unexploded mines left in Bosnia and Herzegovina - more than in any other European country.The landmines were laid during the Bosnian war in 1995 and were supposed to have been cleared by 2019.

    Bosnia's landmine clearance delayed
    Bosnia's landmine clearance delayed

    It's estimated there are still 84,000 unexploded mines left in Bosnia and Herzegovina - more than in any other European country.The landmines were laid during the Bosnian war in 1995 and were supposed to have been cleared by 2019.

    01:56Feb 27, 2017

  • Antarctica penguins move south in search of cold

    The penguin is arguably Antarctica's most iconic animal. But with parts of the continent warming up, some colonies are on the move. Their relocation is considered an early indication of climate change.

    Antarctica penguins move south in search of cold
  • El Nino: Drought threatens Guatemala's rural population

    Nearly one million Guatemalans are at risk of going hungry. The weather phenomenon, El Nino, is being blamed for a lack of rain over the past two years. Rural families are running low on food, and some now depend on food aid.

    El Nino: Drought threatens Guatemala's rural population
  • With world's oceans in danger, Mexico’s Cabo Pulmo shows the way

    Scientists are warning that our oceans are facing unprecedented pressure from humans, and that time to save them is quickly running out.

    With world's oceans in danger, Mexico’s Cabo Pulmo shows the way
  • Scientists examine impact of climate change on Antarctica marine life

    There is increasing evidence that the Earth's atmosphere and oceans are changing rapidly due to the burning of oil and coal. But the impact of climate change on the planet's smallest creatures is less well known, particularly in remote areas.

    Scientists examine impact of climate change on Antarctica marine life
  • Indonesia: Plastic waste harming marine life

    More than 1.3 million tons of plastic waste from Indonesia ends up in the ocean every year. The pollution not only affects people’s health, but also marine life and tourism. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Bali.

    Indonesia: Plastic waste harming marine life
  • US crab fishermen fear future over climate change threat

    Crab fishermen in the US state of California fear global warming will put them out of business. US scientists have warned the Dungeness crab will be wiped out in 50 years. Other shellfish such as abalone are also threatened.

    US crab fishermen fear future over climate change threat
    US crab fishermen fear future over climate change threat

    Crab fishermen in the US state of California fear global warming will put them out of business. US scientists have warned the Dungeness crab will be wiped out in 50 years. Other shellfish such as abalone are also threatened.

    02:32Feb 22, 2017

  • Kenya: Animals killed, ranches razed in herders' invasion

    Drought in northern Kenya is forcing herders to take drastic measures in search of water and grazing land for their animals. About 10,000 herders have invaded a major wildlife conservation area, burning ranches and killing elephants.

    Kenya: Animals killed, ranches razed in herders' invasion
  • High radiation levels discovered at Japan's Fukushima

    Unexpectedly high levels of radiation have been found inside one of the damaged reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power station. The plant was destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami that ravaged Japan's east coast in March 2011.

    High radiation levels discovered at Japan's Fukushima
  • Al Gore warns of climate change consequences

    A summit on climate change was recently cancelled by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. But former US Vice President Al Gore decided to hold his own national meeting.

    Al Gore warns of climate change consequences
  • Haitians still unsafe from 2010 earthquake damage

    Seven years on from a devastating earthquake, Haitian families are still living in collapsed buildings, surrounded by rubble.

    Haitians still unsafe from 2010 earthquake damage
  • Emergency meeting in Zimbabwe on armyworm outbreak

    An outbreak of armyworm caterpillars from the Americas is devastating crops in several African countries, prompting an emergency meeting of experts to discuss how they can fight back.

    Emergency meeting in Zimbabwe on armyworm outbreak