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Stars Urge Vietnamese to “Stop Using Rhino Horn”

  • 03/03/14
  • Hanoi, Vietnam

Earlier today local Ambassadors, including Musicians Quoc Trung, Do Bao, Producer-MC Anh Tuan, Actresses Hong Anh and Minh Trang, MC Phan Anh, Miss Vietnam Thu Thuy, and Singers Duc Tuan and Le Cat Trong Ly, were at the Sheraton Hanoi Hotel at the “Stop Using Rhino Horn” campaign launch to raise awareness of the rhino horn crisis and urge people to stop consuming this product because “when the buying stops, the killing can too”.

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Jackie Chan Stars in Newest Anti-Rhino Horn Video

  • 02/12/14
  • Washington, D.C.

February 13, 2014 – As government leaders gather in London to discuss new measures to counter wildlife trafficking, WildAid and conservation’s top stars released two new messages as part of the world’s largest campaign to reduce the demand for endangered species products. One message, “Whole World”, features The Duke of Cambridge, David Beckham, NBA great Yao Ming, and a crash of rhinos courtesy of GreenScreen Animals.

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U.S. Government Unveils a New National Strategy to Combat Wildlife Trafficking

  • 02/11/14
  • Washington, D.C.

Today the U.S. government unveiled a new national strategy for combating the global illegal wildlife trade. In response, the African Wildlife Foundation released the following statement from its CEO, Dr. Patrick Bergin. Bergin is part of the eight-member Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking, which provided suggestions for the development of the strategy and which will be offering further input on its implementation.

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Ahead of London Summit on Wildlife Trafficking, France Destroys Ivory

  • 02/06/14
  • Nairobi, Kenya

Ivory destruction sets the stage for next week’s global summit in London, as heads of state from around the world will discuss ways to combat the illegal wildlife trade

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Kenya’s New Wildlife Law Cracks Down on Wildlife Crime

  • 01/29/14
  • Nairobi, Kenya

Court hands down harshest sentence yet to ivory smuggler

On Tuesday, a Kenyan court ordered Tang Yong Jian, a convicted ivory smuggler from China, to pay a fine of Ksh 20 million, approximately US$233,000, or serve seven years in prison.

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