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Friday
Jun122009

Rhino horn sellers arrested in Namibia

Two men have appeared in court charged with attenpting to sell rhino horns in Namibia, reports Allgemeine Zeitung

Mit Nasenhörnern erwischt
Allgemeine Zeitung
12 June 2009


Polizei und Naturschutz suchen nach dem Kadaver – Zwei Männer vor Gericht

Naturschutzbeamte und Polizisten versuchen seit zwei Wochen herauszufinden, wo ein Nashorn gewildert worden sein könnte. Zwei Männer erschienen vor kurzem vor Gericht, nachdem sie versucht hatten in Windhoek zwei Nasenhörner zu verkaufen und dabei festgenommen wurden.

More (in German) at: http://www.az.com.na/polizei-und-gericht/mit-nasenhrnern-erwischt.86775.php

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