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Global rainforest loss 'relentless' in 2020, but Southeast Asia offers hope

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Tropical forest losses hit their third-highest level in almost two decades last year, despite improved conservation in parts of Southeast Asia, researchers said on Wednesday, warning of rising deforestation risks as nations restart pandemic-hit economies.

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