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 A new report identifies at least 18 instances of diplomats being implicated in smuggling, but they've rarely been caught or punished.
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»The Soviet Military Program that Secretly Mapped the Entire World 
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»Wildfires: How They Form, And Why They're So Dangerous 
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»Hole the Size of Maine Opens in Antarctica Ice 
»Anthrax May Have Killed 100 Hippos in Namibia 
»Birds Once Turned Black From Pollution—What That Teaches Us Today 
»Squirrels Gone Wild: Their Quirky Behaviors Explained 
»Warming Oceans May Make ‘Nemo’ Harder to Find 
»Friday the 13th Is Back. Here's Why It Scares Us. 
»Life-Size Dolls Have Taken Over This Near-Deserted Town 
»Surprise Meteor Lights Up Harvest Moon Festival 
»Huge 'Tree Lobster' Not Extinct After All 
»How 'Talking' Corpses Were Once Used to Solve Murders 
»Poachers Work Across Borders, So Why Not Conservation Efforts? 
 A new study finds that three-quarters of African savanna elephants cross country borders, but the treaty that protects them from the illegal ivory trade doesn’t account for that.
»Morgan Freeman Seeks What Unites Humankind 
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»Watch a Wall of Water Race Up a River 
»This Woman Saved the Americas From the Nazis 
»This Bug's Penis Is a Built-In Violin 
»These Giant Invasive Beasts May Actually Be Good for the Planet 
»Largest Marine Protected Area in North America to Be Created off Mexico 
»Inside an Ancient Pagan Ritual That Makes Men Become Monsters 
»Nearly 900 People Have Won Nobel Prizes. Only 48 Were Women. 
»Why Haven't We Found Christopher Columbus's Ships? 
»World's Smelliest Fruit Might Not Exist Without This Giant Bat 
»New Clues to How Neanderthal Genes Affect Your Health 
»How to See the October Harvest Moon—First in Almost a Decade 
»How Syrian Zoo Animals Escaped a War-Ravaged City 
 It took extreme measures to save the zoo’s last survivors from one of the world’s most dangerous war zones.
»Afghan Refugee Completes Historic Flight Around the World 
»Could the Remains of Santa Claus Be in This Turkish Church? 
»New Marine Parks Protect 290,000 Square Miles of Ocean 
»Mysterious Disk Found in Ancient Greek Shipwreck 
»Rescued Tortoise and Pet Dog Become the 'Best of Friends' 
»9 Dazzling Discoveries of Ancient Gold Treasure 
»Why Are Some Dogs More Aggressive? 
»Watch a Mongoose Swing From a Deadly Snake 
»250,000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie 
»What Are Flesh-Eating Bacteria, and How Do You Fight Them? 
»Gravitational Waves Won the Physics Nobel Prize—Here's Why 
»Why Some Bird Species Have It Worse After the Latest Hurricanes 
»How Humans Are Causing Deadly Earthquakes 
»Can City Planning Help Win the War on Air Pollution? 
»Nobel Prizes 2017: Facts About the Secretive Process and Peculiar Past 
»Explore a 16th-Century Underwater Battlefield 
»Uranus at Its Best, and More Can't-Miss Sky Events in October 
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»Why T. Rex's Puny Arms Are a Sign of Strength 
»'Nude Mona Lisa' Sketch May Have Been da Vinci's 
»Myanmar's Rohingya Are in Crisis—What You Need to Know 
»These 10 Huge Discoveries Should've Been Nobel Prize Winners 
 Our writers and editors name breakthrough advances and inventions that the Nobel Committee incomprehensibly overlooked.
»Homeless Cats Recruited to Fight Rising Tide of Rats 
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»Elon Musk: In Seven Years, SpaceX Could Land Humans on Mars 
»Watch the Epic Quest to Run a Marathon in Less Than 2 Hours 
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»Fatal Rockslide in Major National Park—What You Need to Know 
»'Lost Continent' Expedition Provides Clues to Earth's History 
»Hidden Costs of Climate Change Running Hundreds of Billions a Year 
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