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Brazil rejected millions in Amazon fire aid

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Brazil rejected millions in Amazon fire aid

Brazil rejected millions in Amazon fire aid

Brazil has escalated its war of words with global powers over the Amazon fires, announcing it would reject $20 million in foreign aid before the country's president appeared to contradict his own representatives and leave the door open to accepting the funds.

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Brazil rejected millions in Amazon fire aid

TRAFFICKING BEFORE HE TOOK HISOWN LIFE.*VO AMAZON AID REJECTION*CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING THEFIREFIGHTING EFFORTS IN THEAMAZON.BRAZIL’S PRESIDENT SAYS THECOUNTRY WILL ONLY TAKE HELP FROMTHE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IFFRANCE’S PRESIDENT APOLOGIZES.EMMANUEL MACRON BROUGHT INTOQUESTION THE BRAZILIANPRESIDENT’S COMMITMENT TOPROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT, ASWELL AS HIS TRUSTWORTHINESS.G-7 MEMBERS HAVE P




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