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Wildfires ring alarm bells over deforestation in the Amazon

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The fires in the Amazon have raised global concern, but above all they have drawn attention to deforestation in the world's largest tropical forest, where indigenous reserves, large landowners, illegal farmers and mining coexist under permanent tension. AFPTV takes a look back on the fires that have ravaged the Amazon and Latin America

Added on the 20/09/2019 23:32:11 - Copyright : AFP EN

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