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Brazil weighs offers from U.S. and others to help fight Amazon fires

Reuters Friday, 30 August 2019
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Friday he may have news later in the day on his request to U.S. President Donald Trump for help fighting the Amazon rainforest fires, as the country also fields offers from Chile, Ecuador and Israel.
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In the forested Acre state, searing fires and the president&apos;s development plans stir memories of an environmental martyr for the Amazon.

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