Saudi Arabia executes prince for murder

FILE- In this Monday, Oct. 6, 2003 file photo, Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh with the 'Kingdom Tower' photographed through a window of the 'Al-Faislia Tower' in the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh. Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange has opened up to direct foreign investment for the first time. The decision to open up the Tadawul stock exchange on Monday comes at a crucial time for Saudi Arabia, whose revenue has taken a hit from the plunge in oil prices over the past year. The kingdom is the world’s largest exporter of crude. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)

A prince from the Saudi royal family was executed on Tuesday for murdering a man during a brawl in the capital Riyadh, the Interior Ministry announced.

The execution of Prince Turki Saud-al-Kabir is an extremely rare case of a member of the conservative kingdom’s ruling family being put to death.

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Apply for Russell E trained fellowships for conservationalists 2017

Apply for Russell E. Train Fellowships for Conservationists 2017

Deadline: march 1 2017

The world wild life fund (WWLF) is now accepting for the 2017 Russell E. trained fellowship. The Russell E trained fellowship supports individuals who is pursuing a master or doctorial degree in conservation.Each year WWLF  supports commited conservationalists from target countries to receive financial support for their studies and field research.

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