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Ivory is displayed before being crushed during a public event in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong province on January 6, 2014. China crushed a pile of ivory reportedly weighing over six tonnes on January 6, in a landmark event aimed at shedding its image as a global hub for the illegal trade in African elephant tusks. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTOAFP/AFP/Getty Images
Ivory is displayed before being crushed during a public event in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong province on January 6, 2014. China crushed a pile of ivory reportedly weighing over six tonnes on January 6, in a landmark event aimed at shedding its image as a global hub for the illegal trade in African elephant tusks. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTOAFP/AFP/Getty Images

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Hong Kong lawmakers vote overwhelmingly to ban all ivory sales by 2021. News Stream's Kristie Lu Stout takes a look at how the ban targets poachers.

Hong Kong passes ban on ivory sales

Hong Kong lawmakers vote overwhelmingly to ban all ivory sales by 2021. News Stream's Kristie Lu Stout takes a look at how the ban targets poachers.