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Zimbabwe wants trade ban on ivory lifted

Zimbabwe will lobby for the lifting of an international ban on ivory sales, saying it would allow the government to raise money to combat poaching and for conservation programmes.

Rhino poaching suspects wounded in Zululand

Four men have been arrested for rhino poaching and placed under police guard in a Zululand hospital, after they were wounded in a shoot-out with Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife’s anti-poaching unit.

The first ivory crush in Italy

To celebrate World Wildlife Day on 3 March 2016, Elephant Action League is proud to announce the first Italian ivory crush to be held in Rome.

WildAid calls for ban on synthetic rhino horn exports

U.S.-based entrepreneurs are developing synthetic rhino horn that can’t be differentiated from actual horn, but WildAid and the Center for Biological Diversity believe that this will only accelerate consumer demand in Asia for illegal wildlife products.