The lion escaped during a "routine cleaning" of its enclosure by "a professionally trained animal keeper", officials said in the news release. A lion was shot dead today after it escaped from its enclosure at a U.S. "Matthai is more shy than his siblings Calvin, Katrina and Savik when it comes to visitors, but he is an enthusiastic recipient of attention from the people he knows best", a profile of Matthai on the Conservators Centre website says.
Lindsey Graham, the likely incoming chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Sunday that he will hold hearings on the deaths of migrant children at the border after two children in the custody of US Customs and Border Protection died in recent weeks.
It could also put the defectors themselves in danger from North Korean reprisals. A North Korean defector surnamed Choi told CNN there was concern that someone working for the organization might have "purposefully leaked it". Its state media often denounces them as "human scum" and accuses South Korean spies of kidnapping some of them. "We apologize for causing worry to many defectors with this incident", the Ministry said , adding it would try to strengthen protection of personal ...
There they are at least 2.4 million people - that corresponds to the scale of the protests a week ago in this city. Rallies escalated into clashes with the police, pogroms and arsons of cars, shops, banks. Police are watching carefully, but both police and protesters appeared to be out in much smaller numbers than previous weekends. The fuel hikes were scrapped by the government but people have continued to demand more concessions, including lower taxes and even Macron's resignation.
Singh was an immigrant, too, arriving legally from his native Fiji to fulfil his dream of becoming a police officer, authorities said. Here's what you need to know. A day later and almost 200 miles (320 kilometers) south, Youngblood says he received information that Perez Arriaga was between Modesto and Bakersfield and heading to Mexico.
Sajid Javid said he will keep the number of Border Force vessels under close review, but the Defence Secretary has said that the military was ready to offer help if needed. As the number of migrants attempting the risky crossing continues to grow, there is now mounting concern that it's "only a matter of time before people lose their lives", the Home Office said.