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Arrest of 3 major traffickers of ivory

Arrest of 3 major traffickers of ivory

Togo, 06 February 2014
Following investigations carried out by TALFF and l'Unité Mixte de Contrôle des conteneurs and l'Office Central de Répression du Trafic Illicite des Drogues et du Blanchiment (OCRTIDB) 2126.3 kg of ivory tusks were seized in Lome on January 29, 2014 at the Port of Lomé. The seized contraband belonged to the traffickers arrested earlier. Two of them were Togolese, the third man was Vietnamese.
Naftali Honig at Great Apes Summit

Naftali Honig at Great Apes Summit

USA, 24 September 2013
An estimated 3,000 great apes are lost from the wild to the global illicit live trade each year, and many wind up smuggled, shipped, and sold. Naftali Honig runs the wildlife enforcement project PALF in Congo, together with other activists they have set up a new organisation - Eagle Network which spans 6 African countries. We caught up with him to ask him what can be done to fight trafficking.
Ofir Drori on CNN

Ofir Drori on CNN

21 April 2012
A new book - The Last Great Ape: A Journey Through Africa and a Fight for the Heart of the Continent
Reporters - Cameroon: hunting down the ivory traffickers

Reporters - Cameroon: hunting down the ivory traffickers

Cameroon, 05 July 2011
Reporters - Cameroon is one of the few countries fighting the scourge of poaching. It's a dangerous battle, in a world where corruption and the promise of easy money often lead to conflict.
Interview with Ofir Drori at the Future for Nature Awards 2011

Interview with Ofir Drori at the Future for Nature Awards 2011

02 June 2011
Interview with Ofir, the Director of LAGA on LAGA's activities, achievements and inspiration.
2 wildlife trafickers arested in Douala

2 wildlife trafickers arested in Douala

Cameroon, 08 October 2009
2 wildlife dealers were arrested in Douala for trafficking in 1 ton of ivory
12 tusk and Elephant foot stool

12 tusk and Elephant foot stool

Cameroon, 19 March 2007
Action footage from LAGA operation against ivory dealers in Cameroon.