Paris police have arrested a man for breaking into a museum and cutting off an elephant’s tusk with a chainsaw on Friday night.
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Poaching in Cameroon, a possible free trade agreement between two Kenya and Tanzania and breaking off an engagement in Nigeria, are all stories in some of Africa's papers today.
Latest figures show that over the past nine years the number of lions in Kenya has dropped from 2,700 to some 2,000.
The United States has announced a 22.5 million euro debt swap with Indonesia that will help to reduce deforestation in Kalimantan, Indonesia's part of Borneo island.
South Africa and Vietnam have launched talks toward an agreement to curb rhino poaching. South Africa lost 333 rhinos to poaching last year.
Kenya’s elephant population has shrunk from more than 160,000 in 1963, to less than 40,000 today due to several factors including climate change, forest decline, habitat degradation and ...
It’s a mixed bag in the African newspapers, although a few still have thoughts on Libya.
Two poachers have been shot dead in Kenya. They are suspected of killing two elephants in one of the country’s top national parks.
Top politicians from 13 countries are in St Petersburg for a four-day conference that is hoping to find a way to raise hundreds of millions of euros needed to save wild tigers from extinction.