On 4th October 2013 thousands marched in a series of 15 worldwide marches, showing their opposition to the current elephant poaching crises and the ivory trade causing it.
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Governments and conservation partners launch new initiative to tackle the scourge of poaching, illegal ivory trade and associated national, regional and global security issues.
Notorious elephant poaching twin brothers are standing trial this week charged with having killed more than 100 elephants...
On the same day this week, two major incidents related to the ivory trade took place: a key ivory trafficker in West Africa was arrested and a massive seizure of ivory was made...
This month marked the twenty fourth anniversary of the first ivory burn.
A haul of 1,148 pieces of ivory tusks have been seized by Hong Kong customs authorities.
Less than two weeks away from World Ranger Day on the 31st of July, two Kenyan wildlife officers have been killed in two separate incidents with poachers in Kipini Conservancy in Tana River County.
This week sees two good news stories coming out of the central African courts, courtesy of tireless work by Born Free’s law enforcement partners.
A fisheries officer from the National Service Unit, has reportedly been charged in a Dar es Salaam court with the possession of over1,120 elephant
Yesterday a joint operation between multiple Kenyan authorities resulted in the seizure of over 3 tonnes of ivory concealed in a container and declared as peanuts.
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