Amazon: Brazil’s President Mulls Deploying Army To Combat Raging Fire

Brazil’s President Mulls Deploying Army To Combat Raging Fire in Amazon AMAZON – Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said he’s considering sending an army to combat the raging fires in Amazon rainforest. The Amazon rainforest is still on fire. Lots of people are worried and angry about it since it’s the only among the most important […]

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