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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Karl Amman
"Better law enforcement and better governance is the underlying issue of most of the problems in Central Africa," Mr. Amman said.
"These elephants get poached a lot more than the eastern and southern African elephants," said Karl Amman, a wildlife photographer and investigator into the illegal trade in animals. "I am convinced the poaching of forest elephants in the Central African region is for the meat and ivory has become a byproduct."