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South Asia examines new techniques to tackle wildlife crime

Gandhinagar, India, 11th July 2011—Representatives from seven South Asia countries today begin five-days of training on “Strengthening Wildlife Law Enforcement for Wildlife Protection in South Asia” under the aegis of the newly established South Asian Wildlife Enforcement Network (SAWEN).

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Vacancy: Tiger Trade Data Specialist, Malaysia

We are looking for a *Tiger Trade Data Specialist*, based in Petaling Jaya,Selangor, Malaysia.

The Tiger Trade Data Specialist will be responsible for compiling, analysing and mapping data on illegal killing of Tigers and trade in their parts and derivatives at a global level, with the aim of increasing the insight in illegal killing of and trade in Tigers from Tiger range countries (TRCs).

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Rhino poaching surge continues in 2011

4th July 2011—Nearly 200 rhinos have been killed in South Africa during the first half of the year, according to statistics from the national parks department.  The rate of poaching if not curbed could exceed 2010 levels when a record 333 rhinos were killed in the country.  

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Illegal souvenir warning for European travellers

Frankfurt, Germany, 1st July 2011—As the summer holiday season gets underway in Europe, WWF Germany in partnership with German Customs has launched a conservation awareness campaign warning travellers to be careful about the souvenirs they bring home.

To help spread the message, more than 72,000 leaflets in six European languages (German, Czech, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian and English) have been produced, featuring a simple ‘traffic light’ system to help tourists decide what items to buy.

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Targeting bottleneck proves effective in curbing illicit trade

Hue City, Viet Nam, 29th June 2011—A wrap-up workshop takes place today in Hue city at the end of a two-year project aimed at reducing illegal wildlife trade in the biodiversity-rich Central Annamites region of Viet Nam.

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