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Friday
Aug272010

Chinese man suspected of buying rhino horns from Viet Nam

A man is on trial in Jiangnan District Court, accused of buying 2 rhino horns from a Vietnamese man in Pingxiang City, on the border with Viet Nam. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in jail, reports gxnews.com

More (in Chinese) at: http://news.gxnews.com.cn/staticpages/20100826/newgx4c759a6c-3213787.shtml

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