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Thailand Urged To Curb Illegal Ivory Tradei
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March 08, 2013 5:24 PM
As animal activists meet in Bangkok at a conference of CITES -- the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species -- many accuse host country Thailand of a lack of action to stem illegal trade in elephant ivory. Steve Sandford reports from the Thai capital

Thailand Urged To Curb Illegal Ivory Trade

Published March 08, 2013

As animal activists meet in Bangkok at a conference of CITES -- the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species -- many accuse host country Thailand of a lack of action to stem illegal trade in elephant ivory. Steve Sandford reports from the Thai capital


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