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One and a half tonnes of tusks and statuettes crushed in an effort to combat wildlife trafficking.
Wildlife groups estimate more than 35,000 elephants were killed for their tusks last year by ivory poachers.
Officials to crush stockpile of confiscated "blood ivory" to combat the $10bn trade that kills thousands of elephants.
Planned cull for the British symbol over health threat to cattle divides rural England.
Pregnant females and calves among those killed for tusks, as African governments prepare to hold anti-poaching talks.
We discuss if restrictions and sanctions are enough to stop the illegal trade in endangered species.
The Convention on Trade in Endangered Species will benefit from greater transparency and cooperation between parties.
The convention has been combating wildlife crime for forty years, but critics say it still has much work to do.
Conservationists seek out new technologies as illegal animal killings threaten endangered populations.
Network of parks to protect waters by banning oil and gas exploration and limiting commercial fishing.
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