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loot: A Kenya Wildlife Service warden guards elephant ivory that has been impounded. The tusks are a sign of an increase in poaching in Africa that is threatening the elephant population on the continent and bringing easy money to terrorists. (Associated press)
Photo by: KHALIL SENOSI
loot: A Kenya Wildlife Service warden guards elephant ivory that has been impounded. The tusks are a sign of an increase in poaching in Africa that is threatening the elephant population on the continent and bringing easy money to terrorists. (Associated press)

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