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Bolsonaro says conversation with Merkel reaffirms Brazil sovereignty over Amazon

Reuters Friday, 30 August 2019 ()
Brazilian President Bolsonaro said he had a productive conversation on Friday regarding fires in the Amazon with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, which reaffirmed Brazil's sovereignty over the world's largest rainforest.
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