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Poachers Killing Elephants, Their Protectors in Northern Cameroon

Cameroon says a wave of attacks by armed elephant poachers has killed at least eight soldiers and rangers in a northern national park. The poachers killed elephants too, further shrinking the population of the increasingly endangered animals. A decomposing carcass of an elephant without its tusks lies in Cameroon's Bouba Ndjida national park some 17 kilometers from the border with Chad.   Forest ranger Lamza Abdoulahi says two of his colleagues were killed less than a week ago...

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