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Amazon forest fires: Brazil's National Institute for Space Research says 1663 new blazes between Thursday, Friday

Firstpost Sunday, 25 August 2019
Some 1,663 new fires were ignited between Thursday and Friday, according to the INPE
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News video: Brazil Deploys Troops to Fight Amazon Rainforest Wildfires

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Brazil deployed around 44,000 soldiers to fight the rampant fired in the Amazon rainforest. Officials said they also dispatched two C-130 firefighting planes. Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research data documented over 70,000 fires in 2019. According to Gizmodo, that is an 80 percent plus...

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