Kenya burns ivory to counter growing smuggling

14:28, July 21, 2011      

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Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki (C Front) watches as a bulk of contraband tusks and ivory is burned during the African Elephant Law Enforcement Day in Tsavo West National Park, Kenya, July 20, 2011. Kibaki on Wednesday publicly set on fire five tonnes of confiscated tusks and processed ivory, which were seized in Singapore in 2002. (Xinhua/Zhao Yingquan)


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