This photo taken in 1993 and released by the WWF shows a Saola in Vietnam when it was captured.
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A horned, antelope-like creature known as the 'Asian unicorn' was caught on camera in Vietnam for the first time in 15 years. The saola was captured by a camera set up by the WWF and the Vietnamese government.
Price isn't right
Venezuela intensified a perceived fight against "bourgeois parasites" by threatening to force more stores to sell their merchandise at cut-rate prices.
China made its first major change to its "one-child policy" in nearly 30 years to grapple with a massive shift in its population toward the elderly, who cannot work and need support, say experts.
Dynastic in Japan
Caroline Kennedy arrived in Japan to take up her role as U.S. ambassador. Kennedy is the first woman to serve in the post and her arrival has been hugely anticipated locally.
Cricket star's final test
India's cricket superstar Sachin Tendulkar played his final match in Mumbai. Tendulkar is a sporting and cultural hero to millions and tickets for his last game could have been sold ten times over.
Mayor without portfolio
The Toronto City Council voted 39-3 to strip controversial Mayor Rob Ford of key executive powers. Ford is threatening legal action.
Britain's Princess Anne said Britons should consider changing their attitude towardeating horse meat. She said that a market for horse meat would help the welfare of horses.
Wood through the trees
Brazil's government reported that the annual destruction of its Amazon rain forestjumped by 28% after four straight years of declines.
Ban on the ban
Albania rejected a request to destroy Syria's chemical weapons.The refusal left the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons without a country to host the eradication of Syria's estimated 1,000-metric ton arsenal.
Incredible stories of fear and the fight for survival from people caught up in the typhoon in the Philippines continued to filter in more than a week after the storm ravaged the island nation. Aid also finally started to arrive.