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Zimbabwe rallies African nations to push for legal ivory trade

More than a dozen African nations are seeking to agree on a continent-wide position on the trade in live elephants and ivory, an attempt to counter restrictions imposed by the UN. And as Rumeysa Codar reports, #Zimbabwe is hosting a summit to restart the international commercial ivory trade. #IvoryTrade #Elephants

Zimbabwe sold 30 baby elephants to China

Zimbabwe sold 30 baby elephants to China

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