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www.china.org.cn   15 Aug, 2012
Kenya Wildlife Service KWS on Monday commissioned the construction of a 1.3 million U.S. dollar wildlife forensic and genetics laboratory in Nairobi ...
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The Star   15 Aug, 2012
Led by Simon Yenko, they threatened to kill the elephants if the Kenya Wildlife Service fails to relocate them. “We shall not sit and watch as animals destroy our lives and properties. We will arm ourselves and kill them just like our bothers in ...
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AFP   15 Aug, 2012
Kenya Wildlife Service warden Simon Gitau, who is aiding the rescue effort, told reporters: "We are going up there with a helicopter and rescue equipment to see if there any survivors." A third helicopter on the same mission also crashed in forests in ......
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Capital FM Kenya   15 Aug, 2012
The former sportsman, who has a foundation that supports various ventures, will visit the Ivory Room in the company of Kenya Wildlife Service Director Julius Kipngetich, to see the damage caused to the elephant and rhino population in the country over ...
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New York Times   15 Aug, 2012
“The wreckage of the two military aircrafts has been found almost within the same location where the other one was found,” Julius Kipng'etich, managing director of Kenya Wildlife Service, said on Tuesday morning. “There are chances that there are...
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allAfrica.com   12 Jul, 2012
Kenya Wildlife Service rangers yesterday shot dead a poacher who had killed a pregnant elephant in Imenti North District, Meru County. The poacher was among three others caught removing tusks from the dead elephant....
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KWS   12 Jul, 2012
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has commissioned the first phase of the World highest Via Ferrata named ‘Olonana’ at an altitude of 4,985 metres above sea level at Mt. Kenya....
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The Star   11 Jul, 2012
Kenya Wildlife Service rangers in Tsavo East National Park have arrested a poacher and recovered two elephant tusks. Police said the suspect was arrested at Galana near the park by the rangers who were on patrol. ...
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Special report   11 Jul, 2012
We needed to make sure that we were able to achieve our primary mandate of conserving Kenya's Wildlife and to do this our cash inflows needed to be reliable and sufficient ...
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Standard Digital   10 Jul, 2012
The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has accused the Embu Provincial General Hospital of negligence following a snakebite victim’s death....
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AP   21 Jun, 2012
Five zebras roam the dusty Naibelibeli plains of this protected wildlife area in Kenya as a dozen camels, bathed in afternoon sunlight, feed on thorn trees....
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Standard Digital   21 Jun, 2012
Police and Kenya Wildlife Service officers have launched a manhunt for suspects from Kitengela who killed six lions that strayed from Nairobi National Park. The lions mauled 28 sheep on Wednesday morning ...
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AFP   21 Jun, 2012
Six lions were speared to death overnight on the outskirts of the Kenyan capital after they strayed from the city's national park and killed four goats, the Kenya Wildlife Service said Wednesday....
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The Star   20 Jun, 2012
Four elephants have been poached in the Mount Kenya region in the last few days. The carcasses were found with tusks missing by locals of Ndumanu in Mathira East. Kenya Wildlife Services has been informed of four elephants suspected to have been targeted by poachers in another section of the forest. ...
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The Star   19 Jun, 2012
THE Kenya Wildlife Service has warned members of the public to be wary of conmen posing as senior officers able to help in recruitment of servicemen. This follows a public outcry over increased circulation of mobile short messages purporting to be from a senior officer at the KWS training college in Manyani....
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The Star   24 May, 2012
Twenty marauding elephants that recently damaged crops in Keiyo North district have been relocated to Rimoi Game Reserve, area Kenya Wildlife Service chief warden Dominic Kilonzo has said.He said the villagers can now heave a sigh of relief after the relocation of the jumbos that had caused fear and havoc in the area for two days. ...
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Bangkok Post   24 May, 2012
Sri Lankan authorities have seized 1.5 tonnes of African ivory marked as plastic waste and addressed to a buyer in Dubai, a customs official in Colombo said Wednesday. ...
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Sina   23 May, 2012
Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) said on Monday it has received 190,000 U.S. dollars from U.S.-based research institution to establish a forensic and genetic laboratory. ...
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allAfrica.com   23 May, 2012
Conservationists in Kenya have launched an international campaign to push the government to set up an emergency amendment of the penalty section of the Wildlife Bill to reduce illegal trading of ivory....
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The Star   22 May, 2012
A fresh row over land is brewing in Lamu county after local leaders accused the council and the Lands ministry of plotting to subdivide thousands of acres, without consulting them....
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