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08 August 2013

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...

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28 July 2013

This month marked the twenty fourth anniversary of the first ivory burn.

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19 July 2013

A haul of 1,148 pieces of ivory tusks have been seized by Hong Kong customs authorities.

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19 July 2013

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. 

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18 July 2013

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.

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13 July 2013

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
 tusks. 

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10 July 2013

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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23 June 2013

With a population of between 4,000 and 5,000 elephants, Burkina Faso is home to the largest remaining elephant population in West Africa.

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21 June 2013

Today, the Philippines joined the list of countries to have destroyed a large quantity of ivory, forever putting it out of reach of the illegal trade and sending a clear message to those who seek to profit from the death of the iconic African elephant.

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04 June 2013

Just come to light are reports of elephant tusks en route from Tanzania being impounded by government authorities in Malawi around two weeks ago. 

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