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    04 June 2014
    Indigenous villagers in Mondolkiri province say relevant authorities that are supposed to crack down on forestry crimes instead collude with logging companies and powerful businessmen and let them cut down trees. That has put their forest tribal traditions and livelihoods, which are dependent on forests, in jeopardy. (Say Mony, Mondolkiri)

    Indigenous Communities Say Authorities Collude With Loggers

    Published 05.06.2014

    Indigenous villagers in Mondolkiri province say relevant authorities that are supposed to crack down on forestry crimes instead collude with logging companies and powerful businessmen and let them cut down trees. That has put their forest tribal traditions and livelihoods, which are dependent on forests, in jeopardy. (Say Mony, Mondolkiri)


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