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Borneo tribes 'driven from land'


The palm oil industry has been accused of laying waste to the last remaining rainforest of Malaysian Borneo.

Vast tracts of land are being bulldozed to make way for plantations, and indigenous tribes in Sarawak say they are being driven from their lands.

Angus Stickler reports.


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