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October 02, 2013 6:25 PM
Kenyan conservation activist wraps up Boston-to-Washington walk to raise awareness about African elephant poaching, timing his arrival in the U.S. capital to take part in Friday's International March for Elephants, an event that includes simultaneous marches in about 30 cities around the world. VOA's Pam Dockins has more.

Man on a Mission

Published October 02, 2013

Kenyan conservation activist wraps up Boston-to-Washington walk to raise awareness about African elephant poaching, timing his arrival in the U.S. capital to take part in Friday's International March for Elephants, an event that includes simultaneous marches in about 30 cities around the world. VOA's Pam Dockins has more.


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