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Romania is home to the largest area of primary forest that's left in Europe. But apart from the old-growth forests being valuable for biodiversity, those large trees are also valuable to the timber industry. In Romania, a "wood mafia" is being described, involving corrupt networks that enable illegal logging. And forest campaigners trying to save the trees have sometimes become targets themselves.