The Kenyan government has announced that it will start providing food and water for wildlife in the national parks worst affected by the drought now gripping much of East Africa. It's a desperate attempt to save the iconic animals that attract thousands of camera-toting tourists every year to the birthplace of the safari.
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It's a problem officials in New York thought they had under control, but a new infestation of Asian longhorned beetles has emerged and thousands of trees are being sacrificed in an attempt to stem the outbreak.