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Names of six rangers killed by poachers added to heroes list Six Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers have been killed by poachers since December last year....
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Kitui man in the dock on illegal ivory charge A 56-year-old Kitui man has been charged at a Mutomo court on counts of illegal possession of a government trophy, ...
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KWS ranger injured in Tsavo attack airlifted to Nairobi for treatment A Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) ranger was Wednesday (December 5, 2012) airlifted for treatment following injuries he sustained from a shootout with suspected poachers in Taita Taveta County. ...
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A newly formed wildlife sector stakeholders’ body to galvanize industry governance Private landowners, conservationists and investors from across the country has Tuesday (December 4, 2012), formed a national body that will provide them with a platform to directly and progressively participate in wildlife industry governance in Kenya....
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KWS disburses Sh18 million for compensation, conducts species census Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has disbursed Sh18 million to the eight conservation areas for payment to people killed or injured by wildlife across the country....
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Second Kisumu Impala Boat Race held in Lake Victoria The second edition of the annual Kisumu Impala Conservation Boat Race was successfully held at the weekend Kisumu Impala Sanctuary on Lake Victoria....
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Ivory and rifles netted in KWS raid on poachers’ hideouts Thirty seven suspected poachers are in police custody following an anti-poaching raid by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers that netted 38kg of ivory, two rifles and 77 rounds of ammunition. ...
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Trophy dealers in custody after failing to secure a Sh1million bond Two suspected trophy dealers found in possession of two rhino horns are in police custody after failing to pay a Sh1million bond at a Kibera Law court on Tuesday (November 13, 2012)....
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Kws to benefit from sh 752m digital radio network Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is set to benefit from a Sh. 752.7 million loan agreement between the Kenyan and French Governments that would see the supply and installation of a Digital Radio Network and solar systems...
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US government pledge support for KWS anti-poaching operations The American Government has pledged to support Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to secure wildlife resources in the country, acting American Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec has said....
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