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Indigenous Brazilians are joining forces to defend the Amazon forest from fires set by invaders on their land. More than a dozen indigenous groups met recently to strategize.

Indigenous Brazilians Come Together To Defend Amazon Forest Against Fires

By Catherine Osborn NPR
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