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Elephant, named Usama bin Laden, dies in captivity after killing 5 villagers in India, officials say

FOXNews.com Sunday, 17 November 2019 ()
An elephant named Usama bin Laden, after the 9/11 mastermind and former leader of Al Qaeda, has died in captivity, days after he was captured for killing five villagers in India last month, officials said.
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News video: Army personnel rescue baby elephant from water tank in northeastern India

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In a touching rescue, army personnel in east India saved an injured baby elephant that had gotten lost before falling into a water tank. The baby elephant was wandering near Narangi Cantonment, Guwahati, Assam, when it was separated from its mother and herd, and fell into the tank on November...

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