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Brazil fires official after comments on illegal Amazon mining fight

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019
A regional head of Brazil's environmental authority was fired on Wednesday, a week after being named, after he made public comments saying he would no longer burn machinery, some of it seized from illegal miners, in an area heavily affected by forest fires.
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