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Brazil President accuses Leonardo of giving money 'to torch' the Amazon

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Brazil President accuses Leonardo of giving money 'to torch' the Amazon*Rio De Janeiro:* Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has blamed Hollywood's Oscar-winning superstar Leonardo DiCaprio for the devastating forest fires in the Amazon. DiCaprio has been accused of funding non-profit groups, which Bolsonaro feels were responsible for fires in the Amazon rainforest.

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro went after Hollywood megastar Leonardo DiCaprio on Friday.

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