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20 reasons we really need elephants
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In recognition of World Elephant Day on Aug.12, 24/7 Tempo will help explain why we need them.        

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Hong Kong protesters shut down airport
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One of the world's busiest airports canceled all flights after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators crowded into Hong Kong's main terminal Monday.        

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Singapore steps up scrutiny of shell firms to combat money laundering
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Singapore's position as one of the world's leading financial centers and a trade hub make it particularly vulnerable to money laundering due to large cross-border flows.

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‘I Just Peeked Into Their World and Took Notes’: Yoko Ogawa Conjures Spirits in Hiding
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The Japanese writer, inspired by Anne Frank’s diary, sought to “recompose” that experience for her new book “The Memory Police,” a dystopian novel about surveillance and erasure.

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Over 150 Flights Canceled as Hong Kong Airport Is Flooded by Protesters
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Hong Kong International Airport, one of the world’s busiest, was brought to a near halt by antigovernment demonstrators angered by police violence.

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Thousands of protesters shut down Hong Kong International Airport
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Protesters occupied the Hong Kong International Airport Monday, forcing officials to cancel flights. The airport is the eighth largest in the world.        

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Saudi Aramco's first-half net income falls 12% on lower oil prices
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Saudi Aramco, the world's top oil producer, reported first-half net income of $46.9 billion on Monday, down from $53.02 billion a year earlier.

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We Wanted to Know How Online Radicalization Was Changing the World. We Started With Brazil.
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What we found there, for an article and an episode of “The Weekly,” went far beyond anything we had anticipated, with important, disturbing lessons for us all.

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Recycling Is in Crisis. Could These Innovations Be the Answer?
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Now that China is turning away the world’s recyclable waste, Australia wants to ban export of the materials and increase domestic processing. Here are some techniques being pursued.

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