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Logging watch

Cambodia will move to protect its dwindling forests next month with the creation

of a monitoring program to try to end illegal logging, believed to have involved

the military and border police in the past, Associated Press reports. Forestry director

Ty Sokun said the program will be run jointly by the Forestry Department and the

UN Food and Agriculture Organization.



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