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Residents of Brazil's Amazon decry deadly deforestation disaster

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Residents of Brazil's Amazon decry deadly deforestation disaster

Residents of Brazil's Amazon decry deadly deforestation disaster

In the Amazonian area of Anapu, loggers and cattle farmers are increasingly destroying the rainforest with almost total impunity.


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