Associated Press
Associated Press 13 Feb 2020

Virus safety concerns about wild animal slaughter

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Many people in China are calling for a temporary ban on the wildlife trade to be made permanent to help contain the coronavirus. (Feb. 14)


Marine parks won't be allowed to bring in or breed dolphins or whales, while circuses won't be allowed to showcase wild animals like lions and bears.
Tilapia skin helps to heal wild animals victims of fires in Brazil
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf says there is no evidence a "foreign actor" has compromised votes in this year's presidential election. There have been concerns about interference since Russia attempted to meddle in 2016. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports from Moscow.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said state law requires his office to formalize the election certification, which names Joe Biden as the presidential winner. However, he also raised numerous concerns about how the election was handled and urged a "thorough investigation" into any voting irregularities discovered during the audit.

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