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Walt Palmer, left, who killed Cecil the Zimbabwean lion

Cecil the lion killing: Hunter Walter Palmer wanted to kill a large elephant, claims guide

The Bronkhorst claimed he and the American dentist were 'devastated' when they saw Cecil's tracking collar and realised he was a protected animal

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An African elephant is pictured on November 17, 2012 in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe.

As the world mourned the death of Cecil the lion, five endangered elephants were killed in Kenya

Poachers killed five elephants in Tsavo West National Park on Monday

French gendarmes and police inspect a large piece of plane debris which was found on the beach in Saint-Andre, on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion

MH370: Boeing 777 wing that could match missing plane found on the French island of Reunion

The piece of debris could be from a Boeing 777, an aviation expert has said

The hunting of lions remains legal in Zimbabwe

How rich American tourists legally kill hundreds of lions each year

American tourists -- wealthy ones, given the high costs involved -- account for the majority of lions killed for sport in Africa

Kenyan politicans in Nairobi's parliament

Just one per cent of Kenyan national budget spent 'effectively and legally', audit reveals

Report follows Barack Obama's warning on the 'cancer of corruption' on the African continent

Cecil the lion: Two men appear in Zimbabwe court over 'illegal' hunt - as US hunter Walter Thompson goes into hiding

The American dentist is believed to have returned to the US

Kimmel breaks down during his show over Cecil the Lion

Jimmy Kimmel breaks down on live TV over the killing of Cecil the lion

Talk show host also compared the controversy to that surrounding Bill Cosby

Cecil the lion: Dentist Walter Palmer blames local guides in Zimbabwe for the scandal

'I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite until the end of the hunt'

Cecil the Lion

Walter Palmer: Cecil the lion killer revealed to be American dentist

The dentist allegedly paid £35,000 to hunt the animal with a crossbow

President Obama addresses the African Union

Barack Obama in Africa: US president says he would win third term if he could run

President denounced African leaders - referencing Burundi - who extend their term limits beyond the constitution

The detained Saif al-Islam Gaddafi gives evidence on court television in Libya earlier this year

Libyan dictator's son Saif Gaddafi sentenced to death for alleged Arab Spring war crimes

The late Muammar Gaddafi's son was condemned alongside eight others

Pupils at a Bridge school in Nairobi

Bridge International Academies: Scripted schooling for $6 a month is an audacious answer to educating the poorest children across Africa and Asia

A system in which every step of the learning process is remotely dictated could help make schooling affordable for some of the world’s poorest children

The hunting of lions remains legal in Zimbabwe

Cecil the lion: Death of 'iconic' big cat prompts calls to end legal EU importing of lion trophies

Cecil was found headless and skinned after being shot with a bow and arrow

President Obama at a joint press conference with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam.

Ethiopia 'doesn't deserve' visit from President Obama, say human rights campaigners

'The visit will be used by the Ethiopian government to strengthen its legitimacy'

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