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UK PM deeply concerned about Amazon rainforest fires

Reuters Friday, 23 August 2019
Britain is deeply concerned about fires in the Amazon rainforest and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will use the G7 summit to call for a renewed focus on protecting nature, his office said on Friday.
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