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Mombasa tycoon arrested over Sh500 million ivory haul in Singapore

A Mombasa Tycoon and his two sons have been arrested by police over the Sh500 million ivory seized in Singapore last month. Abdurahman Mohammed Sheikh was arrested Wednesday night with his two sons – Sheikh Abdurahman Mohammed Sheikh and Mohammed Sheikh Abdurahman at their home in Nyali following weeks of investigations. The family is believed


we are sad to announce the death of ranger Agoyo Mbikoyo who parted on 25 April in Garamba National park DRC after been  shot by a group of armed poachers a short distance from his patrol unit’s campsite. He managed to return to the campsite but collapsed and died instantly. He was a member of

INTERPOL’s most wanted Nepali poacher brought to Nepal

  KATHMANDU, Feb 9: The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police on Sunday brought INTERPOL´s most wanted notorious rhino-horn poacher Rajkumar Praja, 33, to Kathmandu from Malaysia. The Malaysian government had deported him after he was found living their illegally. Following a request by Nepal Police, INTERPOL on 6 Dec 2013 had issued a

Human wildlife conflict series 02: A man and Elephant loose life in conflict.

last year 2014 December 16th, we reported the upcoming conflict within the animals and the human being in the region. At least by then we tried and did what we could to save the bulls from the furious farmers. Early this 2015, 03/02: One jumbo was shoot dead by the Kenya wildlife service officer after

U.S. Ivory Regulation: A Q&A with Craig Hoover, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

credits:Kevin P. Ray, National Law Review In response to concerns that poaching of African elephants is rapidly driving the species to extinction, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) issued Director’s Order No. 210, which tightened previous practice involving the import, export, and sale of African elephant ivory. The changes met with considerable resistance from


By santosian, 12/16/2014. Amboseli Area. Last night ( 12/15/2014) we received a distress call After herds of elephants invaded about 200 hectares of land in kawafoiya, Amboseli Ecosystem kenya Tanzania boarder . We managed to be with the community, been there to safeguard that nothing bad happens as the community were getting the herd out