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Malaysia’s police arrest 4 tribe members for allegedly torching timber company’s camps

Authorities detained four members of a Borneo tribe on charges they set fire to a company logging one of the world’s oldest rain forests with the support of a Malaysian state government, an activist said Friday. Native communities and conservationists say that badly controlled logging and land-clearing for palm oil plantations in Sarawak state is depriving indigenous people of land for farming and hunting. Development has also caused plant and animal species to become critically endangered, activists have said. Full Story

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