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Gazette reserve land for orang asli, Ku Li tells Kelantan government

KUALA LUMPUR: The Kelantan state government should consider gazetting reserve land for the orang asli, says Gua Musang MP Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah.


"Superfood" craze makes big business of Africa's baobab

Mangoule, SENEGAL, (Reuters) - Taerou Dieuhiou has been shinning barefoot up baobab trees in Senegal's southern Casamance region to collect the oblong fruit since he was 15.


Govt officials and loggers cut deals to ‘rape’ Sabah forests

KOTA KINABALU: Task force investigators are beginning to uncover an unholy alliance between government officials and loggers cutting deals to “rape” Sabah’s forests.


MACC raids logging firms believed involved in shady deals

EXCLUSIVE: Graft-busters have begun moving against Sabah’s powerful timber cartels, conducting simultaneous raids on three logging companies in Sandakan and Tawau. The Sabah Forestry Department headquarters was also raided.


Portugal goes on high alert for fires as temperature soars

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal went on high alert on Thursday as temperatures threaten to beat record levels in coming days, prompting the government to warn of a high risk of forest fires in the first test of the country's readiness after the worst fires in history last year.


WWF: We can learn forest management from the Penans

KUCHING: Stories from the Penan community living within the Kuba’an-Puak area in northern Sarawak are important for developing sustainable forest management.


Now the taxman wants to investigate dubious logging deals in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: The anti-graft agency’s investigation of shady logging deals in Sabah has piqued the interest of the taxman.


Southern Europe issues heat warnings; German dry spell unearths WW2 munitions

ROME (Reuters) - Mediterranean countries issued severe weather warnings on Thursday, as a heatwave pushed temperatures above 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in Europe and falling water levels exposed World War Two munitions along the banks of a river in Germany.


Europe sizzles as heatwave intensifies across continent

LISBON (Reuters) - Temperatures in Spain and Portugal soared to near record highs on Friday as part of Europe's heatwave and governments put emergency services on alert for forest fires.


Greek civil protection minister resigns after killer wildfire

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek Civil Protection Minister Nikos Toskas resigned on Friday in the wake of a wildfire last month that killed 88 people and led to widespread criticism of the government for its handling of the disaster.