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Stockpiles must be destroyed to prevent sales of ivory

Former Portuguese footballer, Eusebio: much love for Hagan

Eusebio in pictures: Portugal and Benfica legend, one of football's greatest ever players dies aged 71

Portuguese football legend Eusebio, died of a cardiac arrest early Sunday morning, here are some of the best images from his playing career and later life

Rangers must be able to combat heavily armed poachers

Charity Appeal: The weapons that bring death to the savannah

Elephant poachers are using firearms left over from Mozambique’s civil war to slaughter elephants in neighbouring Tanzania

Scientists ‘incredibly concerned’ for fate of banana as plagues and fungus infections spread across world’s supplies

Warning comes as Costa Rica declares 'national emergency' over state of crop

Tim Berners-Lee, Facebook and the government back global initiative to 'help billions come online'

New coalition will advocate for policy reform and regulation to lower broadband cost to 5 per cent of monthly income in developing countries

Climate change could cause crop yields of maize and wheat to fall between 10 and 20 per cent by 2050, Oxfam said

Aid groups warn of growing hunger and disease as planet warms

The potentially devastating effects of climate change on future generations are revealed today by two British aid groups, before a crucial UN report due out this week.

Harriet Walker: 'Pretending to be a grown-up is the most clanging way of telling whether someone is still a child'

It's ten years this autumn since I went to university. I'm aware that the natural response to that utterance is to say (usually triumphantly, with all the grim vigour of someone who has just slain a dragon), "Just wait until it's 10 years since you left!" or "Well, it's 30 years since I went!" or even "I can't remember university – was it like when I had my hip replacement?"

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 3 September 2013

Helicopter engine stake sold by Rolls

Imaginary world, harsh realities: Mozambique

Book review: The Tuner of Silences, By Mia Couto, trans. David Brookshaw

A story of family life amid conflict extends the range of one of Africa's most admired writers

Market Report: Tullow Oil gushing after find in Africa

While traders despaired following news from Egypt, Portugal and China, Kenya was a reason to be cheerful. The East African oil explorer Tullow Oil enticed investors with news of forecast-beating half-year numbers and a new oil discovery.

South Africa prepares to say farewell to anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela, who remains in 'stable but critical' condition in Pretoria hospital

Ndileka Mandela says former president's condition is still critical but has not worsened, while daughter Makaziwe says he is responding to touch

Ethiopia have eyes on place in World Cup 2014

The African nation are close to a place in the tournament in Brazil

A computer-generated image drawn up in attempts to identify Jose Matada

4,000 mile journey ends at a London cemetery: Jet stowaway 'probably still alive' when he fell from undercarriage as it approached Heathrow

Bruising and injuries indicated there was some blood flowing around his body even if he was unconscious, says pathologist

Lonrho hit by £3.4m loss

The African conglomerate Lonrho suffered an underlying loss of £3.4m after a year beset by fishing problems and late deliveries of tractors.

Prime Minister David Cameron is shown around the Golden Temple

David Cameron in India: people, not politicians, will cement our countries' common future

An Indian member of parliament on the future of a special relationship

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