May 21, 2018

Hunter charged with federal crimes for allegedly leading illegal elephant hunts

DigitalVision/Thinkstock(DENVER) -- A South African man is facing federal charges for his role in allegedly helping a Colorado hunter illegally kill endangered elephants in Zimbabwe and offering similar services to an undercover federal agent, according to an indictment unsealed Monday in Denver. Professional hunter Hanno van Rensburg, 44, of South Africa is facing charges of conspiracy, wire fraud and violations of the Lacey Act and Endangered Species Act, which prohibit the hunting and trade o..
May 21, 2018

Ebola vaccination campaigns begin in Congo as many remain unfazed

iStock/Thinkstock(KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo) -- As a vaccination campaign to prevent the spread of Ebola has started today in the Democratic Republic of Congo, most of the country is continuing with its daily lives, unafraid. The latest outbreak of the deadly, extremely contagious virus was declared in the northwestern province of Equateur, more than 300 miles away from the capital. "We're used to it," Raymond Wabeno, 51, a driver in the capitol city of Kinshasa told ABC News. ..
May 21, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle smile next to beaming Prince George, Princess Charlotte in official wedding photos

Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images(WINDSOR, England) -- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s joy on their wedding day is captured in the official wedding photographs released today by Kensington Palace. Harry and Meghan, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, posed in one photo next to a beaming Prince George and Princess Charlotte, along with other members of the wedding party. In another photo, the newlyweds smile brightly amid their family members, including Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, and Megha..
May 21, 2018

What you need to know about North Korea dismantling its nuclear test site

Korea Summit Press Pool/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- North Korea has vowed this week to dismantle their nuclear testing facility at Punggye-ri in front of the world’s media, the latest sign of goodwill in the rapidly developing detente on the Korean Peninsula. North Korean news agency KCNA previously announced that foreign media would be invited to cover the event to show the process in a "transparent manner." Though in the last week there have been some heated threats from North Korean officials t..