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Border Security

Libya's coastguard detains more than 400 immigrants en route to Europe

North African migrants.Libya's coastguard has detained more than 400 immigrants, mostly from the Horn of Africa, in its waters in the past two days as they tried to illegally cross to Europe in small boats, Libyan officials said on Thursday.

Mozambique/SA conservation MOU includes rhino safeguarding

SA/Mozambique conservation MOU to be signed next weekThe priority crime rating rhino poaching has been given is an indication of the seriousness government attaches to it. Sadly when it comes to action, both on the ground and diplomatically, the same cannot be said.

US Marines to partner with anti-poaching task force in Chad

Elephants.A team of Marines and sailors from Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14.1 will travel in April to Zakouma National Park, Chad, to partner with the Chadian Ministry of Environment’s Mobile Brigade, a task force whose purpose is to rapidly respond to suspected incidents of poaching.

Belgium destroys ivory to raise awareness of illegal trade

Elephant tusks.Belgium on Wednesday destroyed 1.7 tonnes of ivory seized at its borders in an effort to draw public attention to an increase in the illegal trade and the risk it poses to elephant populations.

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