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October, 24, 2016

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Craze for hornbill 'ivory' pushes Borneo icon to brink of extinction
striking bird with monochrome plumage and a formidable "beak," the helmeted hornbill is being hunted to extinction, one of the latest victims of a thriving global trade in exotic wildlife.
Berlin calls out Tesla for 'misleading' ad
Germany wants Tesla to stop advertising the "autopilot" function on its cars because it leads to false customer expectations, as the system comes under scrutiny following two fatal crashes.
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi will be under pressure this week to clarify the bank's stimulus plans after investors were spooked by talk of an end to its massive bond-buying program.
African leaders on Saturday signed a deal to boost security off the continent's economically crucial coasts, hoping to shore up development by tackling maritime crimes like piracy and smuggling.
Looking to break out of a "messy" email situation, the nonprofit group recently switched over to a new way of communicating among its far-flung teams.
Montenegro began voting in parliamentary elections Sunday with opposition groups hoping to end the quarter-century rule of pro-Western premier Milo Djukanovic, who warns that his rivals would derail imminent NATO accession.
Thousands march in Europe against EU-Canada trade deal
Thousands of people demonstrated Saturday in France, Spain and Poland against a EU-Canada free trade deal and a far more ambitious agreement with the United States.
Ex-minister calls for labor insurance 'floor'
Former Labor Minister Chen Hsiung-wen (陳雄文) Friday said he supported the government raising the ceiling on labor insurance payments, but said it should create a "floor" as well so that fewer seniors lived in poverty.
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Weight survey for Hawaii fliers prompts airline action
Hawaiian Airlines executives had a dilemma: Their planes were burning more fuel than projected on their regular 2,600-mile route between Honolulu and American Samoa.
Samsung on Friday said the crisis over its exploding Note 7 smartphones would cost another US$3 billion-plus in lost profit over the next two quarters, but hoped expanded sales of its other flagship handset would help cushion the impact.
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