An elephant splashes in the waters of the Chobe river in Botswana Chobe National Park in 2015. Ninety elephant carcasses were discovered in Botswana with their tusks hacked off, a charity said in September last year, in what was believed to be one of Africa’s worst mass poaching sprees. Photo: AFP

Ivory chopsticks are not worth the lives of elephants

  • Hong Kong must redouble efforts to stop the illegal trade in ivory, following the latest reminder of how syndicates that profit from the crime often go scot-free
Topic |   Ivory trade in Hong Kong and China

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An elephant splashes in the waters of the Chobe river in Botswana Chobe National Park in 2015. Ninety elephant carcasses were discovered in Botswana with their tusks hacked off, a charity said in September last year, in what was believed to be one of Africa’s worst mass poaching sprees. Photo: AFP
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