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Palm oil traders alerted over Double Dynasty’s link to Mulu rainforest destruction

US-based environmental watchdog issues a Rapid Response alert to palm oil traders
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Sarawak PKR leadership endorses plight of the Mulu natives

Penan and Berawan leaders meet Sarawak PKR leaders Baru Bian and See Chee How in Kuching
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Sarawak Government is deceiving the Mulu communities

Press statement by Mulu United Land Action, 16 March 2019
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Indigenous leaders call on importers to put palm oil purchases on hold

Sarawak natives appeal to foreign embassies over Mulu deforestation as Malaysia announces further expansion of oil palm plantations until 2023
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Singapore Bank accused of funding Borneo rainforest destruction

United Overseas Bank (UOB) agreed to lend USD 31.775 million to Malaysian oil palm company Radiant Lagoon
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Sarawak Governor's son linked to Mulu oil palm disaster

Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib controlled Radiant Lagoon until recently
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Mulu logging continues despite protests

Oil palm company accused of destroying 300-year old Berawan gravesite
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Malaysian Minister "very concerned" about Mulu deforestation

Teresa Kok, Minister of Primary Industries, promises to hold the Sarawak state government accountable
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Shocking video shows Mulu struggle against oil palm plantations

The Bruno Manser Fonds launches an international petition to halt rainforest destruction near the Mulu National Park in Malaysian Borneo
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Malaysian police threaten to arrest indigenous leader over Mulu oil palm protest

Malaysia’s political police, the Special Branch, threaten Penan headman Ukau Lupong with arrest – Bruno Manser Fund calls on Malaysian authorities to stop all intimidations against indigenous leaders and to respect the community rights
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UNESCO World Heritage Site threatened by oil palm plantations

Bruno Manser Fund calls for an immediate halt to logging in the Mulu area
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