Newscast Media LONDON—World leaders meeting in London have agreed to combat
the illegal wildlife trade. They are particularly concerned about the plight of elephants,
rhinos and tigers, prized, respectively, for their tusks, horns and skins.
At a summit in London Thursday, the representatives of 46 countries agreed to new
measures to combat the poaching of endangered species and trafficking of the body
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