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Angola pledges action as bushmeat trade booms

Wildlife crimes are 26% higher than initial estimates two years ago - according to the UN's Environment programme and Interpol.

In a new report, they say international criminal gangs are making profits estimated at more than $250bn from ivory and bush meat.

Angola is one government pledging to crack down on the bushmeat market, as Karen Allen reports from Luanda.

  • 06 Jun 2016
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