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The Sri Lanka Customs today destroyed 359 African elephant tusks (Blood Ivory) worth more than Rs. 368 million following religious observances at the Galle Face Green.  The tusks were confiscated by the Customs en route to Dubai from Kenya in 2012. Pix by Samantha Perera


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  • Shan Wednesday, 27 January 2016 12:47 PM

    Why boss? Are we such rich people in the world?

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