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Greenpeace says it helped Indonesian navy expel illegal logging ship

The Indonesian navy expelled a Vietnamese ship suspected of planning to load illegally-cut logs from Borneo island after an alert by Greenpeace, the environmental watchdog revealed. The Ha Tinh 06, owned by the Vietnamese government and registered in Haiphong, had been waiting in the Kumai Bay area off Central Kalimantan for 10 days waiting to load illegally felled logs, Greenpeace said in a statement. It said its activists led a navy patrol boat to the site where the ship was waiting and the navy immediately ordered it to leave Indonesian waters. Its presence had prevented the Ha Tinh 06 from loading, Greenpeace said Tuesday. Full Story

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