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Thailand's prime minister vows to end ivory trade

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BANGKOK (AP) — Facing the possibility of sanctions, Thailand's prime minister vowed for the first time to work toward ending her country's trade in ivory. But she gave no timeline for implementing a domestic ban, and conservationists warned that the unprecedented slaughter of elephants in Africa would continue until she does. Thailand's internal ivory trade is currently legal, but wildlife...

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