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Americans' love of hiking has driven elk to the brink, scientists say
Biologists used to count over 1,000 head of elk from the air near Vail, Colorado, the US. The majestic brown animals, a symbol of the American west, dotted hundreds of square miles of slopes and valleys.
German economy on the brink as Merkel's manufacturing sector slumps
Germany's economy is quickly declining despite the belief of Angela Merkel's team there is no crisis striking her country as the German manufacturing sector continues to contract with no signs of recovery, economic expert Shweta Singh warned.
Over 1m US children on brink of losing health insurance
For the first time in the history of the the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) — which has provided healthcare to millions of Americans and helped to drastically reduce the uninsured rate of children since its implementation in 1997 — states may run out of funding.
Brazil on brink of more home humiliation
Brazil is on the verge of facing another embarrassing exit from a tournament on home soil after Neymar slumbered through a second 0-0 draw of Rio 2016 against Iraq.
Rare bog butterfly flutters back from brink
A small bog in Lancashire is once again home to a rare species of butterfly, for the first time in 100 years.
Burundi on brink of civil war: UN
UN officials say Burundi is on the brink of civil war, which could threaten the entire region.

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