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May142012

10 years jail for pangolin smugglers in China

Tengchong County People Court, Yunnan Province, China, has sentenced two men to 10 years each in jail and fined them CNY8,000 for their part in smuggling 42 pangolins in November 2011.

 

More at: http://yn.xinhuanet.com/newscenter/2012-05/11/c_131581343.htm (in Chinese)

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