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Pope Francis meets Pope emeritus Benedict XVI in Castel Gandolfo. Pope Francis has traveled to Castel Gandolfo to have lunch with his predecessor Benedict XVI in a historic and potentially problematic melding of the papacies that has never before confronted the Catholic Church. Osservatore Romano/AP
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What may be the largest stockpile of ivory ever destroyed, Kenya made a dramatic statement against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species.
ByTom Odula, Associated Press
(AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
Kenya's president set fire Saturday to 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than 1 ton of rhino horn, believed to be the largest stockpile ever destroyed, in a dramatic statement by this East African country against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species.