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A census revealed there were only about 1,700 of them living in the wild as of 2011, down from 100,000 tigers 100 years ago.
Morsi has already endured a number of setbacks since his poll triumph
Intelligence officials allege that Mirwais poisoned seven other policemen who refused to defect.
On Sunday, China appointed 45 lawmakers to the congress in Sansha City, a Chinese prefecture established just last month.
Using lessons learned in Afghanistan and Central America, the United States has begun training special anti-drug police squads in Ghana with hopes of breaking lucrative narcotics supply routes.
With the support of President Benigno Aquino III, as well as $30 million from the United States, the Filipino military will add more than 40 aircraft -- including attack helicopters -- and other weapons to its arsenal.
Two former Anglo Irish Bank senior executives appeared in court in Dublin on Monday over an alleged "share-support scheme," an attempt to artificially raise the bank's share price in 2008.
Researchers found that over the past 10 years, the number of patients resistant to antiretroviral therapy increased by 29 percent in East and Southern Africa.
As the tide may have finally turned against President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, the U.N. Security Council unanimously passed a resolution to extend by 30 days the presence of a 300-strong U.N. observer force in Syria. Before the drafting of the resolution, the Russian ambassador to the U.N. had said he would veto it.
The number of dead from that nine-month war of secession remains unknown and controversial. Estimates range from 300,000 to as many as 3 million.