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Thursday, December 6, 2007
Fittingly, the Front Page of the NYTimes Website Today
Forest Loss in Sumatra Becomes a Global Issue
“What can we possibly do to stop this?” said Pak Helman, 28, a villager here in Riau Province, surveying the scene from his leaking wooden longboat. “I feel lost. I feel abandoned.”
M. Kirstin S.
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