Report: North Korea's Illicit Trade Network Hits Africa's Vulnerable Wildlife 1 234 567

Report: North Korea's Illicit Trade Network Hits Africa's Vulnerable Wildlife

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North Korea's government relied for decades on illicit trade for cash, but a new report finds a recent rise in Pyongyang's trafficking of illegal wildlife from African nations, including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, Mozambique and South Africa, with four high-profile incidents in the last three years. The report by the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime warns that the continent's endangered rhinos and elephants are in peril. Anita Powell reports...

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