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  • U.S. Advisers Sent to Help Somalia Fight the Shabab
  • Black Rhino Hunting Permit Auctioned for $350,000
  • Nigeria President Signs Anti-Gay Marriage Bill
  • Man Known as “Mad Dog” Eats Man's Flesh to Avenge Wife’s Death
  • Pope to Name New Cardinals From Africa, Haiti
  • Man “Comes Back Alive” in Kenya
  • Haiti Marks Devastating Earthquake Anniversary
  • Cécile Kyenge Targeted By Italian Extremist Newspaper
  • Egypt Votes on New Constitution Amid Fears
  • “Blacks for Sale” Ad in Brazil Causes Outrage

Black Rhino Hunting Permit Auctioned for $350,000

A permit allowing the hunt of an endangered black rhino in Namibia was recently auctioned off and is causing outrage among animal rights groups. The event was sponsored by Dallas Safari Club. The executive director of the club said the rhino being targeted is old, non-breeding and is threatening to other animals. 

 (Photo: Tony Gutierrez/AP Photo)

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