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Why ‘natural disaster’ is a misnomer

 VietNamNet Bridge – In recent years, the mountainous province of Yen Bai in the north has consistently been among the hardest hit by natural disasters.

Illegal loggers on the move - again

VietNamNet Bridge – The central province of Quang Nam will check on the illegal logging of 110ha of protected forest in Tien Phuoc District’s Tian Lanh Commune.

Bac Giang farmers deplete forest

The northern province of Bac Giang’s People’s Committee has asked authorities in Son Dong and Luc Ngan districts to take measures to better manage and protect forests in the localities.

Police hunt for leader of illegal logging ring

 VietNamNet Bridge – Police and local authorities in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong are hunting for the leader of a large illegal logging ring in Bao Lam District.

Da Nang's Nature Reserve marred by logging

 VietNamNet Bridge – Illegal loggers have destroyed a vast area in the protected Nature Reserve in Son Tra peninsula since last year.

National Park loses 100 trees a month to illegal loggers

VietNamNet Bridge - At the Yok Don National Park, 100 trees are cut down every month on average. In 90 percent of cases, illegal loggers responsible for the damage cannot be found.

Forest rangers blamed for Illegal logging cases near Da Nang

VietNamNet Bridge - Ten cases of forest devastation and arson were discovered in 2014 and the first six months of 2015 in the central city of Da Nang. 

Tay Yen Tu primeval forest ravaged by illegal loggers

The 7,100-hectare Khe Ro primeval forest in Bac Giang province’s Tay Yen Tu Natural Sanctuary is becoming bare in areas as its ancient trees have been chopped down by illegal loggers.

Newspaper fined for inaccuracy

 Newspaper fined for inaccuracy; Thanh Hoa fills gaping road sinkhole; Lam Dong punishes illegal loggers; HCM City hospital issues organ donor cards; Japan to help Vietnam reduce hotel carbon emissions

Illegal loggers fight forest guards

 VietNamNet Bridge – Once wary of local authorities and forest guards, loggers in the southern provinces of Lam Dong and Binh Thuan are growing increasingly defiant.

Nature lover listens to the forest's pain

 VietNamNet Bridge – The glowing red sun slowly sets behind the forests of Na Hang, casting its final rays through the 100 year old trees in northern Tuyen Quang Province.