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KWS receives condolence message from the United States The war against poaching continues as Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) remains determined to bring the vice to an end....
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Man in possession of 30kg of Ivory arrested Kenya Wildlife Service security officers on Wednesday (November 27, 2013) arrested a middle aged man for being in possession of ivory at Nairobi’s Global Cinema roundabout. ...
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Ministerial statement on status of the Wildlife Conservation and Management bill 2013 The trade in wildlife and its products poses a major challenge in wildlife conservation. Elephants are killed for ivory, while the rhinos are killed for the horns....
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Chinese woman to serve a total of 31 months in jail for smuggling ivory A Chinese national has been sentenced to a total of two years and seven months in jail after being convicted for attempting to smuggle ivory from Kenya....
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Suspected Chinese ivory smuggler remanded in prison A Chinese national arrested on Wednesday (August 14,2013) while trying to smuggle ivory out of the country...
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Kenya Wildlife Service position on the Maasai Mara National Reserve Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) wishes to correct a misrepresentation of facts regarding its interests in the Masai Mara as carried in sections of media. ...
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Rhino poached in Nairobi National Park as KWS ranger is injured in Nakuru A white rhino has been killed in Nairobi National Park by poachers on Friday (August 9, 2013) and made away with its horns....
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Government forms special crack-unit to curb poaching The Kenyan Government has formed a special inter-agency crack-unit to combat poaching in the country. ...
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British tourists rescued to safety at Mt. Kenya Two British nationals, who fell ill while climbing Mt. Kenya, have been rescued to safety by the elite Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS)...
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IFAW, Maasai community secure corridor for Amboseli elephants Nearly 16,000 acres of the Kitenden Corridor have been added to Amboseli National Park after the signing of a lease agreement between the local Maasai community ...
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