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U.S. gives approval for $350,000 rhino hunt sold at Texas auction

A rhino.A hunter who paid $350,000 last year at a Dallas auction for a license to hunt an endangered black rhino in Namibia will be able to bring home a trophy despite protests from animal rights groups that said the sale was immoral.

US Marines, Tanzanian Rangers train to fight trafficking

US Marines training Tanzanian rangers.Fifteen U.S. Marines and Sailors assigned to Theater Security Cooperation Team-Six, Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Africa, conducted small unit tactics training with more than 40 Tanzanian park rangers at the Selous Game Reserve in Matambwe, Tanzania, at the beginning of this month.

Niger, Chad troops pursue Boko Haram in Nigerian border area

A Chadian soldier.Troops from Chad and Niger pursued Boko Haram fighters across a northern Nigeria border area on Thursday, driving them out of a village they held there and causing some to flee into Niger, two senior Niger military officers said.

Kenya says to beef up security on Somali border to block militants

Kenyan troops in Somalia.Kenya plans to build a new road, more border crossings and barriers on its 700 km (420 mile) border with Somalia in an attempt to thwart attacks from the Islamist militant group al Shabaab, the interior ministry said on Monday.

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