Kenya: Espionage in the service of animals

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Kenya: Espionage in the service of animals

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Kenya: Espionage in the service of animals

Poaching is a global industry. Poachers often form networks much like militant groups. Faye Cuevas used to work for the US military, fighting militants. She's now using her expertise to protect Kenya's elephant population from poachers.

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