Illegal loggers plunder Peruvian Amazon

Cacataibo community complains that deforestation poses a serious threat to their land and way of living.

    Deforestation, both legal and illegal, poses a serious threat to tribes in the Peruvian Amazon.

    The Cacataibo community complains that illegal loggers are invading their forest and turning it into fields for pasture and illicit crops.

    Al Jazeera's Nick Clarke reports from Sinchi Roca, Peru.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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