Kenya Set for Record Ivory Burning

NAIROBI, Kenya—Kenyan authorities plan to burn seized tusks and finished ivory goods representing more than 6,000 dead elephants this weekend to highlight the scourge of illegal poaching that is driving the mammal to extinction on the African continent.

Some 105 metric tons of confiscated ivory will be set alight in a national park on the outskirts of the capital Nairobi on Saturday in what organizers say is the largest ever burning…

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