Thai authorities nab Cambodians for illegal logging

BANGKOK: Thai authorities have on Friday (May 15) arrested two Cambodians and six Thai workers for illegal logging after removing a large Siamese rosewood tree in a wildlife sanctuary in the northeastern Si Sa Ket province.

The Huai Sala Wildlife Sanctuary officers said the suspects, instead of chopping down the 20-meter tall tree, used transplanting method to remove the whole high-value tree.

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