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'Whole communities' have fled

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The Malaysian government and the palm oil industry have been accused of laying waste to the last remaining rainforests of Borneo. A BBC investigation has uncovered evidence of the latest jungle clearance which has seen vast tracts of land being bulldozed to make way for plantations. Indigenous tribes say they are being driven from their lands. Correspondent Angus Stickler reports from Borneo.

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