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Brazil welcomes aid for Amazon fires, wants control over funds

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Brazil welcomes aid for Amazon fires, wants control over funds

Brazil welcomes aid for Amazon fires, wants control over funds

President says Brazil should have autonomy over Amazon, as law for developing indigenous land is pushed out.

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