If one tackles the trafficking of this wildlife product as a felony, it will curb violence and wars – and the destruction of a species.
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Ivory is reportedly bought at $100 per kilogramme from poachers, and sold for $2,100 in China.
Court allows suspected poacher in closely-watched case to walk free, sparking anger amongst conservationists.
Wildlife campaigners say six suspects were arrested in Niassa National Reserve at the weekend, in what is seen as a major breakthrough