Colin Kaepernick Is the Face of Nike’s New ‘Just Do It’ Ad, Dozens of Elephants Killed Near Botswana + 4 Other HOT News To Know About World (TUE)

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Nexter.org made a list of the most important  you need to know this Tuesday morning (September 4).

1. Dozens of elephants killed near Botswana 

Carcases of nearly 90 elephants have been found near a famous wildlife sanctuary in Botswana, conservationists say.

2. Claire Wineland, inspirational speaker and social media star, died

On Sunday evening, after being taken off life support and using the newly transplanted lungs she received just one week earlier, Claire took her last breath. She was 21.

3. Colin Kaepernick is starring in a new ‘Just Do It’ ad for Nike

Four days before a new NFL season gets underway, Nike is throwing its weight behind one of the most polarizing figures in football, and America: former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

4. Sony Japan pulls life support for the PlayStation 2

Customer support and console services for the best-selling gaming console of all time has ended in Japan, 18 years after the product launched in the country.

5. Two women caned in Malaysia for ‘attempting lesbian sex’

Two Malaysian Muslim women aged 22 and 32 were caned on Monday after being convicted under Islamic laws of attempting to have sexual relations with each other. Human rights groups and activists around the world are condemning the punishment.

6. Beyonce celebrates her 37th birthday

In celebration of Beyoncé‘s 37th birthday, proud mom Tina Knowles Lawson shared a throwback photo of Queen Bey from when she was just 4 months old.


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