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Should we worry more about the wildfires in Africa or in the Amazon?

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Should we worry more about the wildfires in Africa or in the Amazon?

Should we worry more about the wildfires in Africa or in the Amazon?

These past few weeks, the world’s eyes have been set on the fires ravaging the Amazon forest in Brazil and Bolivia.

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