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In this photo taken in Feb. 20, 2017, a customs agent observes the arrival of trucks with wood from the Peruvian Amazon at the port of Callao, Peru. Inspections to detect criminal timber harvesting operations were scaled back following the halting of 1,770 metric tons at the Port of Houston in October 2015 in a rare blow against illegal logging. Prosecutions of illicit logging in Peru have barely advanced since, while officials who signed falsified logging permits for years remain on the job. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

In this photo taken in Feb. 20, 2017, a customs agent observes the arrival of trucks with wood from the Peruvian Amazon at the port of Callao, Peru. Inspections to detect criminal timber harvesting operations were scaled back following the halting of 1,770 metric tons at the Port of Houston in October 2015 in a rare blow against illegal logging. Prosecutions of illicit logging in Peru have barely advanced since, while officials who signed falsified logging permits for years remain on the job. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

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