Singapore authorities have seized 8.8 tonnes (8,800kg) of elephant ivory, its largest ever seizure to date.
Authorities estimate that the tusks, valued at $12.9m (£10.4m), have come from nearly 300 African elephants.
Some 11.9 tonnes of pangolin scales valued at $35.7m were also seized. It is believed to have belonged to about 2,000 of the mammals.
The illegal cargo was found in containers after a tip-off from China’s customs department. Read more