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Mystery Deaths of At Least 275 Elephants in Africa, Probe Launched

Botswana is investigating a growing number of unexplained deaths of elephants, having confirmed 275 had died, up from 154 two weeks ago, the government...

Increasing Elephant Population in Botswana Becomes a Major Reason for Human-Wildlife Conflict

The small town of Gobojango, 500 kilometers (310 miles) northeast of the capital, Gaborone, is fighting an increasing elephant problem. Residents say they support...

“Botswana”, a Fourth African Country to Decriminalize Gay Sex, Boosts Hope for Equal Rights

Botswana's High Court on Tuesday overturned colonial-era laws that made gay sex illegal. Botswana is the fourth African country to decriminalize homosexual relations, and...

About 2.5 Million People Infected with HIV Each Year: Study

About 2.5 million people are infected with HIV every year, according to a recent analysis of a global AIDS study According to the...

After 20,000 years, world’s oldest people are facing Crisis of Culture

The indigenous people of Botswana (South Africa) are only living link to the ancient Africa, there hunter gatherer ways dates back to 20,000 years....

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