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A BLOODY skull is all that remains of a Rhino poacher who was trampled to death by elephants and eaten by lions at Kruger National Park in South Africa. Police found the man's remains on Thursday, after four other poachers, who escaped, explained that a member of their gang had been killed while they were hunting. The group said they were surprised by an "angry elephant" as they stalked endangered rhino and stamped their friend to death, giving them a chance to run for safety. Kruger Park Rangers immediately set out for the area known as Crocodile Bridge and sent up their airwing helicopter in a bid to find the dead man’s remains before it got dark. KNP ranger Don English led the team out again at first light on Wednesday to recover the body. But with no luck the police officers in the case re-interviewed the captured poachers to try and get more detail as to where the elephant attacked and killed their friend. This sends out a powerful message to poachers that you will not … [Read more...] about Bloody skull all that’s left of Rhino poacher trampled by elephants then eaten by lions at Kruger National Park in South Africa
News / UK and world by Press Association November 16, 2018, 1:03 pm FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter A Royal Navy frigate has been scrambled to shadow a Russian warship travelling through the English Channel. Portsmouth-based HMS St Albans has been tasked with keeping watch on the Russian Slava-class cruiser Marshal Ustinov. A navy spokesman said: “The Russian unit – accompanied by an auxiliary ship and tug – recently left the Mediterranean and was tracked by allied French naval warships through the Bay of Biscay. “As the current fleet ready escort, HMS St Albans is the Royal Navy’s very high readiness ship which is charged with protecting the integrity of UK waters. “And she was therefore prepared to monitor the Russians as they entered the Channel, taking over the watch from the French warships.” Commander John Cromie, the commanding officer of HMS St Albans, said: “In this … [Read more...] about Royal Navy frigate shadows Russian warship in English Channel
Associated Press Published 11:09 AM EST Nov 7, 2018 A majority of voters casting midterm election ballots nationally said the country is headed in the wrong direction, according to a wide-ranging survey of the American electorate. As voters cast ballots for governor, U.S. Senate and members of Congress in Tuesday’s elections, AP VoteCast found that 42 percent of voters said the country is on the right track, compared with 56 percent who said the country is headed in the wrong direction. Here’s a snapshot of who voted and why, based on preliminary results from AP VoteCast, an innovative nationwide survey of 116,792 voters and 22,137 nonvoters – conducted for The Associated Press by NORC at the University of Chicago. ––– RACE FOR CONGRESS In the race for Congress, Republican candidates had an apparent advantage over Democratic candidates among white voters nationwide. The Democrats were preferred among black voters and also had a sizable advantage … [Read more...] about Survey: Voters say nation headed in wrong direction
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