Organized Crime & Gangs

Kenya seizes smuggled ivory in Mombasa port

“Kenyan officials have seized more than 600 ivory pieces worth an estimated $1m (£700,000) in the port of Mombasa. The consignment, which included whole tusks, came from Tanzania and was destined for Indonesia, they said. The seizure comes just over a week after an entire family of 11 elephants were gunned down in south-eastern Kenya – the single worst incident of ivory poaching recorded in the country.”

Source: BBC News – Kenya seizes smuggled ivory in Mombasa port

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