Interpol works to save Asian tigers

Associated Press: Interpol has launched a campaign to help save the world's last wild tigers in the 13 Asian countries where they still exist, winning praise from conservationists on Thursday. The project aims to link international wildlife officials with customs and law enforcement officers in the 13 countries to help stem poaching and smuggling of tiger parts for use in expensive traditional medicines believed to cure illnesses. "Having a force like Interpol working on this will give the effort a great boost,"......

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