¿Qué se puedes salvar? Tratan de evitar extinción de leones en Tanzania

Experimento en Tanzania promueve la convivencia del hombre con los leones para tratar de evitar la extinción del felino.

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A grand experiment is underway in Tanzania, where people are trying to find a way to coexist with lions.

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday, August 10th: Jeffrey Epstein dies by suicide in New York prison; Community mourns oldest Ohio shooting victim; Tanker blast: more than 60 dead in Tanzania; Meet Japan’s new barista robots.

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Tanker blast: more than 60 dead in Tanzania

A damaged tanker truck exploded in eastern Tanzania on Saturday as people were trying to siphon fuel out of it, killing more than 60, police said. (August 10)

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Conservationists in Tanzania reintroduce zebras to national park

Conservationists in Tanzania re-introduce 24 zebras into the Kitulo National Park in the Southern Highlands – part of an effort to re-wild this landscape. Half a century ago zebras were hunted to extinction or otherwise removed from this region for state-run sheep ranching and dairy farming which have since been abandoned.

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Death toll passes 200 in capsized Tanzania ferry

(22 Sep 2018) The number of dead soared past 200 while a survivor was found inside a capsized Tanzania ferry two days after the Lake Victoria disaster, officials said Saturday, while search efforts were ending to focus on identifying bodies. (Sept. 22)

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Safari toll: Maasai tribes evicted from land for expansion of tourist sites

Africa has long promoted itself as a safari holiday destination – catering not least to well-off travellers, through advertisements like this.
But it appears the reality on the ground is often less rosy.

Safari parks have been looking to expand their territory

And that – according to a new study – has led the government of the east African state of Tanzania, to mass evictions of indigenous communities.
The evictions began years ago but tensions rose after some 20-thousand people were allegedly left homeless last August and September alone, with nearly 6-thousand homes deliberately damaged.

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Battle to Save Elephants Gaining Some Ground

ONLY ON AP: The battle to save Africa’s elephants appears to be gaining momentum. The Associated Press gained rare access to Tanzania’s Mikumi National Park where killings are declining and some populations are starting to grow again. (April 13)

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VICE News Daily: Greeks Stock Up on Fuel Amid Financial Crisis

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Greeks hoard fuel and cash as fears of a debt default grow, refugees in Burundi flee to neighboring countries, a car bomb kills Egypt’s top prosecutor outside his home in Cairo, and scientists in Hawaii make a surprising shark discovery.

GREECE
Worried Residents Form Long Lines at Gas Stations
Greeks are stocking up on cash and fuel as the government imposes emergency measures to prevent a financial collapse.

BURUNDI
Refugees Flee as Parliamentary Vote Starts
More than 66,000 people have fled to neighboring Tanzania amid violent protests against the president.

EGYPT
Car Bomb Strikes Cairo Prosecutor
Chief Prosecutor Hisham Barakat was the highest-ranking government official to have been killed by a militant attack since 2013.

U.S.A
Scientists Make Startling Shark Discovery
Researchers found two species that can float to the surface when standing still, instead of sinking to the bottom like most sharks.

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Albino Murders in Tanzania (Excerpt from ‘VICE News Meets Josephat Torner’)

A string of murders that began in 2000 has now left more than 72 albinos in Tanzania dead. These killings are believed to be motivated by the lucrative trade in albino body parts, which some Africans believe possess magical powers.

Tanzania has now been listed by the United Nations as the African nation where albinos are targeted for murder the most. According to long-standing traditions in the country, albinos are believed to be ghosts who are cursed, but whose body parts can ward off bad luck, and bring the owner wealth and success. In response to these killings, in January 2015 Tanzania banned witch doctors.

In East Africa, one child in 3,000 is born albino, compared to one in 20,000 in the United States. In Tanzania, albino advocacy groups estimate the number of albinos to be somewhere above 100,000 in a population of nearly 50 million people.

VICE News traveled to Tanzania to meet with Josephat Torner, an albino activist who has dedicated his life to raising awareness and acceptance towards albinos in his country, while debunking the widespread myths and superstitions surrounding the congenital disorder.

In this excerpt, Josephat talks about the witchdoctor-motivated albino killings and discusses instances where family members have facilitated these murders.

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Albino Activism in Tanzania: VICE News Meets Josephat Torner

A string of murders that began in 2000 has now left more than 72 albinos in Tanzania dead. These killings are believed to be motivated by the lucrative trade in albino body parts, which some Africans believe possess magical powers.

Tanzania has now been listed by the United Nations as the African nation where albinos are targeted for murder the most. According to long-standing traditions in the country, albinos are believed to be ghosts who are cursed, but whose body parts can ward off bad luck, and bring the owner wealth and success. In response to these killings, in January 2015 Tanzania banned witch doctors.

In East Africa, one child in 3,000 is born albino, compared to one in 20,000 in the United States. In Tanzania, albino advocacy groups estimate the number of albinos to be somewhere above 100,000 in a population of nearly 50 million people.

VICE News traveled to Tanzania to meet with Josephat Torner, an albino activist who has dedicated his life to raising awareness and acceptance towards albinos in his country, while debunking the widespread myths and superstitions surrounding the congenital disorder.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – January 15, 2015

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Four people die near Bangladesh’s capital after protesters firebomb the bus they were traveling on, Tanzania outlaws witchdoctors to try and stop albino murders, Chinese human rights group claims more than 40 citizens remain in detention for expressing solidarity with Hong Kong protesters, and Italy’s longest-serving president steps down.

BANGLADESH
Four Bus Passengers Burn Alive Near Dhaka
The incident is the latest in a new wave of political violence.

TANZANIA
Government Bans Witchdoctors to Stop Albino Killings
At least 74 albino people have been killed in the east African country since 2000. Witchdoctors believe their body parts bring wealth and good fortune.

CHINA
Dozens Allegedly Detained for Supporting Hong Kong Protests
A human rights group says an eight-year-old girl is among the 42 arrested for expressing solidarity with the Occupy Central pro-democracy movement.

ITALY
President Napolitano Tenders Early Resignation
Two years ago, the 89-year-old reluctantly agreed to a second term because lawmakers were unable to choose a successor.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – November 7, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines.​ Today: Libya’s political crisis deepens, environmental group claims Chinese delegation went on ivory shopping spree during official visit to Tanzania last year, dozens of pilot whales die off New Zealand’s coast, and rebel official in Ukraine’s eastern city of Donetsk says the region can generate enough power without Kiev’s help.

LIBYA
Elected Parliament Rejects Supreme Court Ruling
Country slips deeper into chaos after the Tobruk-based government refuses to step down and claims the court’s decision was made ‘under the threat of arms.’

TANZANIA
Report Accuses Chinese Officials of Ivory Shopping Spree
The Environmental Investigation Agency says the delegation bought so much illegal elephant ivory on the trip last year that local prices soared.

NEW ZEALAND
Pilot Whales Die On Coast After Getting Stranded
Some of the animals were beached twice before dying, despite efforts by volunteers to save them.

UKRAINE
Donetsk Rebels Claim Energy Independence
​Energy minister Alexei Granovsky says the region’s power grids should produce enough electricity to get homes and businesses through the cold winter months.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – October 15, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Mexican police clash with protesters in Guerrero state over missing students, Denver police departments warns marijuana edibles may find their way into Halloween candy, Tanzania’s albino children are moved into shelters for their safety, and Google enlists the help of a camel to give a ‘Street View’ of the desert.

MEXICO
State Headquarters Set on Fire Over Missing students. Protesters clash with riot police more than two weeks after the disappearance of 43 teachers’ college students in Guerrero state.

TANZANIA
Albino Children Moved Away for Protection
Thirteen shelters across the country attempt to keep kids with the condition safe from attacks by people who believe their body parts hold magical powers.

U.S.A.
Denver Police Department Issues Halloween Candy Warning
Authorities caution that marijuana edibles sold in dispensaries look no different than regular candy.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Google Relies on Camel for ‘Street View’ of Desert
Photos digitally pieced together from a camera strapped to the animal gives users a 360-degree view of the Liwa Desert.

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