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And Malaysia? who is in Saudi Arabia now, but you wouldn’t know it at the United Nations conference on atomic energy held Monday in the United Arab Emirates.Iran decided to skip the Abu Dhabi conference leaving its seats empty as Yukiya Amano the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency avoided speaking about the nuclear deal at all in his address at the venue Iranian officials did not respond to a request for comment to discuss their decision to avoid the conference Amano’s decision may have been tactical after visiting Tehran just the day before and telling journalists that Iran still honored the accord Both the UAE and neighboring Saudi Arabia remain highly suspicious of the nuclear deal which saw economic sanctions on Iran lifted in exchange for it limiting its enrichment of uranium The two Gulf Arab countries say that new money flowing into Iran has aided its ability to back Shiite militias in Iraq and support embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad Also sharing that suspicion is Israel which sent a delegation to the nuclear conference The UAE like many Arab countries does not have diplomatic ties with Israel and remains opposed to its occupation of lands Palestinians want for a future state Conference organizers asked journalists not to film the Israeli delegation Israeli officials did not immediately return a request for comment Their presence also nearly created a unique diplomatic conundrum as conference organizers had seated them next to Iran The Iran nuclear deal struck in 2015 now faces one of its biggest threats President Donald Trump has declined to re-certify the deal sending it to Congress to address Trump’s refusal this month to re-certify the agreement has sparked a new war of words between Iran and the United States fueling growing mistrust and a sense of nationalism among Iranians The European Union Britain and other parties in the deal have all encouraged Trump to keep the accord in place For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Melbourne | Published: September 28 2017 3:54 pm Thylacines once lived across most of the Australian mainland but by the time Europeans arrived in the late 1700s they were found only in Tasmania (AFP/Getty Images) Top News The mysterious loss of the enigmatic Tasmanian tigers from mainland Australia around 3000 years ago was likely caused by climate change and not wild dogs or increased human activity scientists said today Researchers from The University of Adelaide in Australia studied the ancient DNA extracted from fossil bones and museum specimens of Tasmanian tiger or the thylacine They traced the history of the populations of Tasmanian tiger the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times over the last 30000 years The researchers found that a large and genetically diverse population of thylacines lived in western regions of Australia right up to their extinction from the mainland around 3000 years ago separated from the eastern population They concluded that climate change from about 4000 years ago in particular more drought-prone seasons caused by the onset of the El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) was the likely main cause of mainland extinction ENSO is an irregularly periodical variation in winds and sea surface temperatures over the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean “The thylacine was a marsupial carnivore now infamous for its recent human-driven extinction from Tasmania following the arrival of Europeans and their bounty hunting schemes” said Jeremy Austin Associate Professor at The University of Adelaide Thylacines once lived across most of the Australian mainland but by the time Europeans arrived in the late 1700s they were found only in Tasmania They became extinct about 150 years later with the last of the species dying in Hobart Zoo in 1936 But the reasons for their disappearance from mainland Australia and continuing survival in Tasmania has remained a mystery Climate change increased human activity and the introduction of the dingo are the three main causes debated The researchers generated 51 new thylacine mitrochondrial DNA genome sequences from fossil bones and museum specimens -the largest dataset of thylacine DNA to date This provided the first genetic evidence that mainland thylacines split into eastern and western populations in southern Australia before the last Ice Age peak of about 25000 years ago “We wanted to understand why thylacines went extinct on the mainland but survived in Tasmania” said PhD student Lauren White lead author of the study published in the Journal of Biogeography “The ancient DNA tells us that the mainland extinction was rapid and not the result of intrinsic factors such as inbreeding or loss of genetic diversity” said White “We also found evidence of a population crash reducing numbers and genetic diversity of thylacines in Tasmania around the same time” Austin added “This mirrors what happened with another carnivorous marsupial the Tasmanian devil which still lives in Tasmania Unlike the devil however it appears that the population of thylacines was expanding at the time of European arrival” said Austen “Tasmania would have been somewhat shielded from the warmer drier climate because of its higher rainfall but it appears that this population was also affected by the El Nino event before starting to recover” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rinky Kumar | Published: May 12 2010 5:02 am Related News Stars launching their own fashion label seems to be the latest trend in tinseltown Filmmaker Karan Johar and designer Varun Bahl unveiled the debut menswear line of their labelKaran Johar + Varun Bahl recently The duo had announced the launch of their label and showcased some creations at the HDIL India Couture Week 2009 The director-turned-designerwho is also Shah Rukh Khans unofficial stylistclaims that the line is meant for the new Indian male Johar and Bahl chose men as 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said a senior police officer. On January 27,happen always.here, A breeding programme that will help increase sparrows in urban pockets was recently kicked off to boost the bird species that appears to have declined in numbers. In the last 10 years,We have recorded the statements of those involved. They are denying any kind of misdoing from their side. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Bishkek | Published: January 24 2017 3:25 pm Top News A court in Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday upheld a life sentence for an ethnic Uzbek journalist in a case that has drawn international criticism Azimzhan Askarov was convicted in 2010 for stirring up ethnic hatred a charge related to ethnic unrest in the south of Kyrgyzstan in 2010 when more than 450 people mostly ethnic Uzbeks were killed and tens or even hundreds of thousands were displaced The majority of those convicted for taking part in the deadly clashes have been ethnic Uzbeks Watch what else is making news Askarov who can appeal the ruling in the Supreme Court shouted out after Tuesday’s decision that he would go on hunger strike in protest Askarov’s case was sent for review last year after the UN Human Rights Committee in April urged Kyrgyzstan to release him finding that he had been arbitrarily detained tortured and denied his right to a fair trial Askarov’s lawyer Tolekan Ismailov told reporters that his client would appeal the ruling which he dismissed as unlawful Askarov had been documenting human rights violations by the police and prison authorities in his hometown near the Uzbek border for more than 10 years before he was arrested in 2010 For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News