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Wednesday
Apr012009

Tonnes of illegal logs seized in Indonesia

200 tonnes of illegal logs have been confiscated from four locations in Indonesia by Riau Water Police, and two men arrested reports The Jakarta Post

Riau police confiscate 200 tons of illegal logs
The Jakarta Post
1 April 2009


Riau Water Police have confiscated 200 tons of illegal logs, allegedly cut down from Meranti and Bengkalis regencies areas, during a two-day raid operations.

Sr. Comr. Zainal Paliwang, head of Riau Water Police Directorate, told Antara that they have named and arrest two people as suspects.

More at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2009/04/01/riau-police-confiscate-200-tons-illegal-logs.html

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