In Africa, the Kenya Wildlife Service has suspended at least 32 senior staff who are suspected of involvement in poaching. The country's elephant and rhino populations are under increasing threat. VoR’s Tom Spender reports from Nairobi on the gravity of the situation and how it's being tackled.
The east African country's elephant and rhino populations have come under increasing threat from a spike in poaching, which officials say is back up to levels last seen in the 1970s and 80s.
Last month, the Prince of Wales called on governments around the world to stop the illegal wildlife trade, which he said threatens global security. Video.