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Penan families from the Malaysian state of Sarawak are blockading in protest against the Shin Yang logging and oil palm plantation company.
The King of Malaysia attended an 'eco event' in London yesterday, as his country destroys the forests of the indigenous Penan people.
A small group of Borneo hunter-gatherers have scored a major victory over a giant oil palm firm that was targeting their rainforest.
An NGO says that thousands of Penan tribespeople will be unable to vote in crucial elections in Malaysia this week because they do not have identity cards.
A Malaysian court has ruled that members of the Penan tribe can sue the government and a timber company for trespassing on their land.
Penan tribespeople in Sarawak, in the Malaysian part of Borneo, have launched a legal case against the logging giant Samling.
The Norwegian government has excluded the Malaysian timber giant Samling from its pension fund on ethical grounds.
A new report has alleged an “environment of violence” against Penan tribeswomen in Borneo. Loggers are accused of repeated cases of rape and sexual assualt, but the Malaysian government has dismissed the allegations.
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