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African Countries Approve One-Time Ivory Sale

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African Countries Approve One-Time Ivory Sale

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African Countries Approve One-Time Ivory Sale

African Countries Approve One-Time Ivory Sale

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After an 18-year ban, several African countries have reached a deal on a one-time sale of their ivory stock. Simon Hedges, an elephant expert with the Wildlife Conservation Society, explains how the deal was struck

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