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Amazon countries to seek deal on forest protection at Colombia summit

Reuters Friday, 6 September 2019
Leaders from Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana and Peru and Suriname have begun discussion of possible regional measures to protect the Amazon at a Friday summit, amid recent fires which burned thousands of square miles of the world's largest tropical forest.
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News video: Seven South American leaders sign forest agreement in Amazon town

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The leaders of seven South American countries have met in the Amazon town of Leticia in Colombia to sign an agreement to better protect what is the world’s largest tropical forest.

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