Amazon fires: Rainforest blaze started DELIBERATELY - Brazil president admits shock cause

  Daily Express 

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AMAZON fires which have caused chaos in Brazil, including a blackout thousands of miles away in the city of Sao Paolo, have probably been started deliberately by farmers recklessly setting blazes to clear large tracts of woodland, the country’s controversial President Jair Bolsonaro has admitted.
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