Philippines’ tribes try to save their forest

Al Jazeera: In the Philippines, when the rest of the population goes to sleep, a reclusive community of indigenous people prepares for another restless night of fear and uncertainty. Far away in the dense, dark forests of Occidental Mindoro, where Mangyan people are scattered in small remote settlements, tribal leaders now routinely contemplate their future in feverish debates that usually last until daybreak. "We are petrified that big mining companies will take over our ancestral land. If the government......

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