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Światowe protesty obrońców amazońskiej puszczy (98)

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Protester dance as they gather in front of the Brazilan Embassy during a demonstration organised by Extinction Rebellion activists in Brussels, August 26, 2019, calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - The Amazon rainforest has seen a record number of wildfires this year, which have triggered a global outcry. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - AUGUST 23: Climate activist groups protest in different Colombian cities to call on the Brazilian government to increase efforts to control and prevent wildfires at the Amazon rainforest in Bogota, Colombia on August 23, 2019. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - AUGUST 23: Climate activist groups protest in different Colombian cities to call on the Brazilian government to increase efforts to control and prevent wildfires at the Amazon rainforest in Bogota, Colombia on August 23, 2019. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - AUGUST 23: Climate activist groups protest in different Colombian cities to call on the Brazilian government to increase efforts to control and prevent wildfires at the Amazon rainforest in Bogota, Colombia on August 23, 2019. Juancho Torres / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX (10370373ab) A protester raises a "Save the Amazon" sign outside the Brazilian embassy during an Extinction Rebellion protest. Extinction Rebellion protest outside the Brazilian Embassy, London, UK - 23 Aug 2019
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX (10370373ac) An indiginous activist addresses the crowd outside the Brazilian embassy during an Extinction Rebellion protest. Extinction Rebellion protest outside the Brazilian Embassy, London, UK - 23 Aug 2019
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX (10370373aa) An indiginous activist outside the Brazilian embassy during an Extinction Rebellion protest. Extinction Rebellion protest outside the Brazilian Embassy, London, UK - 23 Aug 2019
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX (10370373j) "Bolsonaro's got to go" sign held aloft by a protester outside the Brazilian embassy during an Extinction Rebellion protest. Extinction Rebellion protest outside the Brazilian Embassy, London, UK - 23 Aug 2019
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX (10370373x) An activist raises his hand outside the Brazilian embassy during an Extinction Rebellion protest. Extinction Rebellion protest outside the Brazilian Embassy, London, UK - 23 Aug 2019
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Dave Stevenson/REX (10370373g) Scenes outside the Brazilian embassy during an Extinction Rebellion protest. Extinction Rebellion protest outside the Brazilian Embassy, London, UK - 23 Aug 2019
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ana Fernandez/SOPA Images/REX (10370567k) A woman wearing indigenous paint in her face takes part in the protest. Amazon forest fires protest, Amsterdam, Netherlands - 23 Aug 2019 Extinction Rebellion group activists in Amsterdam organized a demonstration in solidarity with rainforest protectors and Amazon activists across the world. Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam square to show their support.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ana Fernandez/SOPA Images/REX (10370567c) A woman wearing an indigenous outfit is being is painted by another woman as they take part in the protest. Amazon forest fires protest, Amsterdam, Netherlands - 23 Aug 2019 Extinction Rebellion group activists in Amsterdam organized a demonstration in solidarity with rainforest protectors and Amazon activists across the world. Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam square to show their support.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Omar Marques/SOPA Images/REX (10370756d) Brazilian citizens hold placards with Jair Bolsanaro portrait during a protest demanding action to fight the wildfires devastating the Brazilian Amazon Forest, at the Main Square in Krakow. Amazon forest fires protest, Krakow, Poland - 23 Aug 2019 The National Institute for Space Research (INPE) said its satellite data showed an 84% increase of wildfires compared to the same period in 2018. The largest rainforest in the world is a vital carbon store that slows down the pace of global warming. French President Emmanuel Macron backed by the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel call to put the fires in the Amazon on the agenda of the upcoming G7 summit.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by CLAUDIO SISTO/REX (10370742e) 'SOS Amazonia' protest calling on action to be taken in relation to the fires currently consuming the Amazon rainforest, organized by Friday for Future Rome (the movement inspired by Swedish activist Greta Thumberg) at the Pantheon. 'SOS Amazonia' rainforest fires protest, Rome, Italy - 23 Aug 2019 Similar demonstrations took place today in Brazil and in other cities of the world as well as in several Italian cities. After the demonstration at the Pantheon the protesters moved in front of the Brazilian embassy in Piazza Navona.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Cris Faga/REX (10370866p) People participate in a demonstration calling for action on the Amazon jungle fires from the Brazilian government Amazon forest fires protest, Sao Paulo, Brazil - 23 Aug 2019 The intensification of the fires, caused by the severe drought, high temperatures and deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon, has drawn criticism over the Brazilian Government's lack of action.
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Extinction Rebellion activists protest outside the Brazilian Embassy in London, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019, to call on Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro to act to protect the Amazon rainforest. The European Union is throwing its weight behind French President Emmanuel Macron???s call to put the Amazon fires on the agenda of this weekend???s G-7 summit of world leaders in France. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
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People protest in front of the Consulate General of Brazil in Geneva, Switzerland, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019 to denounce the words of President Bresil Jair Bolsonaro and the many fires in the forest Amazon. (Martial Trezzini/Keystone via AP)
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People protest in front of the Consulate General of Brazil in Geneva, Switzerland, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019 to denounce the words of President Bresil Jair Bolsonaro and the many fires in the forest Amazon. (Martial Trezzini/Keystone via AP)
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A man wearing a mask President Donald Trump, center, is joined by other 'world leaders' during a protest ahead of the G-7 summit in Biarritz, France Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. The European Union and Germany are backing French President Emmanuel Macron's call to put the Amazon fires on the agenda of this weekend's G-7 summit of world leaders in France. Other leaders are from left: Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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A man wearing a mask President Donald Trump is joined by other 'world leaders' during a protest ahead of the G-7 summit in Biarritz, France Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. The European Union and Germany are backing French President Emmanuel Macron's call to put the Amazon fires on the agenda of this weekend's G-7 summit of world leaders in France. Other leaders are from left: Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, French President Emmanuel Macron, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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A woman holds up a banner during a demonstration against the wildfires in the Amazon outside the Brazilian embassy in Paris, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. French President Emmanuel Macron called the wildfires in the Amazon an international crisis and said the leaders of the Group of 7 nations should hold urgent discussions about them at their summit in France this weekend. (AP Photo/Daniel Cole)
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Protesters with banners block the road outside of the Brazilian Embassy during a protest in Nicosia, Cyprus, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019, Some people gathering outside of the Brazilian embassy to call on Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro to act to protect the Amazon rainforest. The European Union is throwing its weight behind French President Emmanuel Macron's call to put the Amazon fires on the agenda of this weekend's G-7 summit of world leaders in France. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
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Activists hold placards during the demonstration. Protesters blocked the street in front of the Brazilian Embassy in an Extinction Rebellion Spain protest against President Jair Bolsonaro, in Madrid. (Photo by Brais Gonzalez Rouco / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A woman wearing a dust mask that says SOS Amazon takes part during the protest. Extinction Rebellion group activists in Amsterdam organized a demonstration in solidarity with rainforest protectors and Amazon activists across the world. Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam square to show their support. (Photo by Ana Fernandez / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A woman wearing an indigenous outfit is being is painted by another woman as they take part during the protest. Extinction Rebellion group activists in Amsterdam organized a demonstration in solidarity with rainforest protectors and Amazon activists across the world. Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam square to show their support. (Photo by Ana Fernandez / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters lay in the street during the demonstration. Protesters blocked the street in front of the Brazilian Embassy in an Extinction Rebellion Spain protest against President Jair Bolsonaro, in Madrid. (Photo by Brais Gonzalez Rouco / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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An activist holds a placard during the demonstration. Protesters blocked the street in front of the Brazilian Embassy in an Extinction Rebellion Spain protest against President Jair Bolsonaro, in Madrid. (Photo by Brais Gonzalez Rouco / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of activists lie on the ground as they take part during the protest. Extinction Rebellion group activists in Amsterdam organized a demonstration in solidarity with rainforest protectors and Amazon activists across the world. Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam square to show their support. (Photo by Ana Fernandez / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Men hold a sign reading in Spanish "It is not the climate, its the system, it was Bolsonaro. Defend the Amazon" during a protest to call on Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro to act to protect the Amazon rainforest, outside the Brazilian Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
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A man holds a placard with the image of an indigenous from Amazon during the demonstration. Protesters blocked the street in front of the Brazilian Embassy in an Extinction Rebellion Spain protest against President Jair Bolsonaro, in Madrid. (Photo by Brais Gonzalez Rouco / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Protesters with large tree leaves and banners during the demonstration. As a result of the serious fires that ravage the Brazilian Amazon, about 200 people have protested in front of the Brazilian consulate in Barcelona to show outrage over the policies of the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Environmental activist seen holding a placard outside the Brazilian embassy in London. Extinction Rebellion environmental activists gathered outside the Brazilian embassy in London to raise awareness of fires that are devastating the Amazon. They demand international pressure from the G7 to force the Bolsonaro government to control the fires and guarantee the amazon rainforest protection and indigenous lives. (Photo by Andres Pantoja / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Indigenous from Brazil are seen giving a speech outside the Brazilian embassy in London. Extinction Rebellion environmental activists gathered outside the Brazilian embassy in London to raise awareness of fires that are devastating the Amazon. They demand international pressure from the G7 to force the Bolsonaro government to control the fires and guarantee the amazon rainforest protection and indigenous lives. (Photo by Andres Pantoja / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Environmental activists are seen shouting slogans outside the Brazilian embassy in London. Extinction Rebellion environmental activists gathered outside the Brazilian embassy in London to raise awareness of fires that are devastating the Amazon. They demand international pressure from the G7 to force Bolsonaro government to control the fires and guarantee the amazon rainforest protection and indigenous lives. (Photo by Andres Pantoja / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Extinction Rebellion activists blocked the road in front of the Brazilian embassy in London. Extinction Rebellion environmental activists gathered outside the Brazilian embassy in London to raise awareness of fires that are devastating the Amazon. They demand international pressure from the G7 to force the Bolsonaro government to control the fires and guarantee the amazon rainforest protection and indigenous lives. (Photo by Andres Pantoja / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Two protesters hold a banner in support of former President Lula da Silva, during the demonstration. As a result of the serious fires that ravage the Brazilian Amazon, about 200 people have protested in front of the Brazilian consulate in Barcelona to show outrage over the policies of the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester holds a placard in defence of the Amazon, during the demonstration. As a result of the serious fires that ravage the Brazilian Amazon, about 200 people have protested in front of the Brazilian consulate in Barcelona to show outrage over the policies of the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Environmental activist seen holding a placard outside the Brazilian embassy in London. Extinction Rebellion environmental activists gathered outside the Brazilian embassy in London to raise awareness of fires that are devastating the Amazon. They demand international pressure from the G7 to force the Bolsonaro government to control the fires and guarantee the amazon rainforest protection and indigenous lives. (Photo by Andres Pantoja / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester hold a placard in front of the Brazilian embassy in Montevideo during the demonstration against fires in the Amazon. (Photo by Mauricio Zina / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A kid holds a placard that says save my planet during the protest. Extinction Rebellion group activists in Amsterdam organized a demonstration in solidarity with rainforest protectors and Amazon activists across the world. Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam square to show their support. (Photo by Ana Fernandez / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Activists shout slogans while holding a banner and a placard that says rebel for life during the protest. Extinction Rebellion group activists in Amsterdam organized a demonstration in solidarity with rainforest protectors and Amazon activists across the world. Hundreds of people gathered around the Dam square to show their support. (Photo by Ana Fernandez / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protester holds a placard in front of the Brazilian embassy in Montevideo during the demonstration against fires in the Amazon. (Photo by Mauricio Zina / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A protestor holds a poster highlighting environmental hazard, wildfires and deforestation of the Amazon outside the Brazilian embassy in Mumbai on August 23, 2019. - Brazil's rainforest have seen record number of wildfires this year. Forest fires tend to intensify during the dry season, which usually ends in late October or early November, as land is cleared to make way for crops or grazing. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP)
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A protestor wears a mask highlighting environmental hazard, wildfires and deforestation of the Amazon outside the Brazilian embassy in Mumbai on August 23, 2019. - Brazil's rainforest have seen record number of wildfires this year. Forest fires tend to intensify during the dry season, which usually ends in late October or early November, as land is cleared to make way for crops or grazing. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP)
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A protester holds a placard during a demonstration against the deforestation in the Amazon and the government's environmental policies on August 23, 2019 outside the Brazilian embassy in Berlin. - Around 2,254 square kilometers (870 square miles) of the Amazon were cleared in July, an increase of 278 percent from a year ago, according to the embattled National Institute for Space Research (INPE). The fires raging in the Amazon rainforest amount to an "acute emergency" and should be discussed by world leaders when they meet in France for this weekend's G7 summit, Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman said. (Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP)
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A protester holds a placard during a demonstration against the deforestation in the Amazon and the government's environmental policies on August 23, 2019 outside the Brazilian embassy in Berlin. - Around 2,254 square kilometers (870 square miles) of the Amazon were cleared in July, an increase of 278 percent from a year ago, according to the embattled National Institute for Space Research (INPE). The fires raging in the Amazon rainforest amount to an "acute emergency" and should be discussed by world leaders when they meet in France for this weekend's G7 summit, Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman said. (Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP)
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Protesters hold placards during a demonstration against the deforestation in the Amazon and the government's environmental policies on August 23, 2019 outside the Brazilian embassy in Berlin. The placard (R) reads "capitalism is going completely crazy". - Around 2,254 square kilometers (870 square miles) of the Amazon were cleared in July, an increase of 278 percent from a year ago, according to the embattled National Institute for Space Research (INPE). The fires raging in the Amazon rainforest amount to an "acute emergency" and should be discussed by world leaders when they meet in France for this weekend's G7 summit, Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman said. (Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP)
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Protesters with a banner gather for a demonstration organised by climate change activists from Extinction Rebellion outside the Brazilian embassy in central London on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Climate change activists demonstrated outside the Brazilian embassy in London on August 23, urging President Jair Bolsonaro to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. Protests were also planned for other European cities. Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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Protesters with a large banner block the street as they gather for a demonstration organised by climate change activists from Extinction Rebellion outside the Brazilian embassy in central London on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Climate change activists demonstrated outside the Brazilian embassy in London on August 23, urging President Jair Bolsonaro to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. Protests were also planned for other European cities. Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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Protesters with a banner that reads "Bolsonaro we've got beef!" block the street during a demonstration organised by climate change activists from Extinction Rebellion outside the Brazilian embassy in central London on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Climate change activists demonstrated outside the Brazilian embassy in London on August 23, urging President Jair Bolsonaro to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. Protests were also planned for other European cities. Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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A protester with a placard that reads "stop denying our planet is dying" joins a demonstration organised by climate change activists from Extinction Rebellion outside the Brazilian embassy in central London on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Climate change activists demonstrated outside the Brazilian embassy in London on August 23, urging President Jair Bolsonaro to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. Protests were also planned for other European cities. Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. (Photo by Isabel Infantes / AFP)
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Climate activists demonstrate in front of Brazil's ambassy in France, on August 23, 2018 in Paris, to urge Brazilian president to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. (Photo by Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP)
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A climate activist demonstrates in front of the Brazilian Embassy in the French capital Paris on August 23, 2018, calling on the Brazilian president to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. - The French President believes his Brazilian counterpart lied to him on Brazil's stance on climate change, and France will now block a trade deal between the EU and South American nations. (Photo by Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP)
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A climate activist demonstrates in front of the Brazilian Embassy in the French capital Paris on August 23, 2018, calling on the Brazilian president to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. - The French President believes his Brazilian counterpart lied to him on Brazil's stance on climate change, and France will now block a trade deal between the EU and South American nations. (Photo by Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP)
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Protesters hold a banner and flags as they gather for a demonstration organised by Extinction Rebellion's activists in Amsterdam, on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Brazil's rainforest have seen record number of wildfires this year. Forest fires tend to intensify during the dry season, which usually ends in late October or early November, as land is cleared to make way for crops or grazing. (Photo by Romy FERNANDEZ / AFP)
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Protesters hold a banner and placards as they gather for a demonstration organised by Extinction Rebellion's activists in Amsterdam, on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Brazil's rainforest have seen record number of wildfires this year. Forest fires tend to intensify during the dry season, which usually ends in late October or early November, as land is cleared to make way for crops or grazing. (Photo by Romy FERNANDEZ / AFP)
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Protesters stage a die-in as they gather for a demonstration organised by Extinction Rebellion's activists in Amsterdam, on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Brazil's rainforest have seen record number of wildfires this year. Forest fires tend to intensify during the dry season, which usually ends in late October or early November, as land is cleared to make way for crops or grazing. (Photo by Romy Fernandez / AFP)
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Protesters hold a banner as they gather for a demonstration organised by Extinction Rebellion's activists in Amsterdam, on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Brazil's rainforest have seen record number of wildfires this year. Forest fires tend to intensify during the dry season, which usually ends in late October or early November, as land is cleared to make way for crops or grazing. (Photo by Romy FERNANDEZ / AFP)
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A protester wearing makeup gestures during a demonstration organised by Extinction Rebellion's activists in Amsterdam, on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Brazil's rainforest have seen record number of wildfires this year. Forest fires tend to intensify during the dry season, which usually ends in late October or early November, as land is cleared to make way for crops or grazing. (Photo by Romy FERNANDEZ / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Climate activist demonstrates in front of the Brazilian Embassy in the French capital Paris on August 23, 2018, calling on the Brazilian president to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. - The French President believes his Brazilian counterpart lied to him on Brazil's stance on climate change, and France will now block a trade deal between the EU and South American nations. (Photo by Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Climate activist demonstrates in front of the Brazilian Embassy in the French capital Paris on August 23, 2018, calling on the Brazilian president to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. - The French President believes his Brazilian counterpart lied to him on Brazil's stance on climate change, and France will now block a trade deal between the EU and South American nations. (Photo by Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A climate activist demonstrates in front of the Brazilian Embassy in the French capital Paris on August 23, 2018, calling on the Brazilian president to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. - The French President believes his Brazilian counterpart lied to him on Brazil's stance on climate change, and France will now block a trade deal between the EU and South American nations. (Photo by Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A climate activist demonstrates in front of the Brazilian Embassy in the French capital Paris on August 23, 2018, calling on the Brazilian president to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. - The French President believes his Brazilian counterpart lied to him on Brazil's stance on climate change, and France will now block a trade deal between the EU and South American nations. (Photo by Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP)
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Climate activists shout slogans during a demonstration in Barcelona against Amazon fires on August 23, 2019. - Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. The extent of the area damaged by fires has yet to be determined, but smoke has choked Sao Paulo and several other Brazilian cities in the past week. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP)
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A climate activist gets his face painted during a demonstration in Barcelona against Amazon fires on August 23, 2019. - Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. The extent of the area damaged by fires has yet to be determined, but smoke has choked Sao Paulo and several other Brazilian cities in the past week. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP)
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Climate activists hold signs reading "It's not a fire, it's capitalism" and "(Brazilian President Jair) Bolsonaro is an environmental criminal" during a demonstration in Barcelona against Amazon fires on August 23, 2019. - Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. The extent of the area damaged by fires has yet to be determined, but smoke has choked Sao Paulo and several other Brazilian cities in the past week. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP)
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A climate activist holds a sign reading "Exploitation = Extinction" as protesters gather for a demonstration in Barcelona against Amazon fires on August 23, 2019. - Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. The extent of the area damaged by fires has yet to be determined, but smoke has choked Sao Paulo and several other Brazilian cities in the past week. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP)
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A climate activist holds a sign reading "SOS Amazon" during a demonstration in Barcelona against Amazon fires on August 23, 2019. - Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. The extent of the area damaged by fires has yet to be determined, but smoke has choked Sao Paulo and several other Brazilian cities in the past week. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP)
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A climate activist puts different signs on the ground reading "It's not a fire, it's capitalism", "Exploitation = Extinction" and "Protection for indigenous people and their lands" during a demonstration in Barcelona against Amazon fires on August 23, 2019. - Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. The extent of the area damaged by fires has yet to be determined, but smoke has choked Sao Paulo and several other Brazilian cities in the past week. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP)
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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Consulate of Brazil in Corso Europa 12 against Bolsonaro for Fires in the Amazon (Carlo Cozzoli/Fotogramma, Milan - 2019-08-23) p.s. la foto e' utilizzabile nel rispetto del contesto in cui e' stata scattata, e senza intento diffamatorio del decoro delle persone rappresentate
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A protester with a placard and a soft toy joins a demonstration organised by climate change activists from Extinction Rebellion outside the Brazilian embassy in central London on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Climate change activists demonstrated outside the Brazilian embassy in London on August 23, urging President Jair Bolsonaro to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. Protests were also planned for other European cities. Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. (Photo by Isabel Infantes / AFP)
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Climate change activists protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in front of the Brazilian consulate in Cali, Colombia, on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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A protester holds a placard reading "Burn fascists, not forests" and showing Brazil's president during a demonstration in Piazza Castello on August 23, 2019 in Turin, organised by climate change activists "Fridays for Future" over the fires in the Amazon rainforest. - Climate change activists demonstrated on August 23 in several European cities, urging Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of this year, the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. (Photo by Marco BERTORELLO / AFP)
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A climate change activist holds a sign depicting Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro with the slogan "Exterminator of the Future," during a protest against the Brazilian leader over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in front of the Brazilian consulate in Cali, Colombia, on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Protesters with placards join a demonstration organised by climate change activists from Extinction Rebellion outside the Brazilian embassy in central London on August 23, 2019 calling on Brazil to act to protect the Amazon rainforest from deforestation and fire. - Climate change activists demonstrated outside the Brazilian embassy in London on August 23, urging President Jair Bolsonaro to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest. Protests were also planned for other European cities. Official figures show nearly 73,000 forest fires were recorded in Brazil in the first eight months of the year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. Most were in the Amazon. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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Colombian natives and activists protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in front of the Brazilian consulate in Bogota, Colombia, on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian natives and activists protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in front of the Brazilian consulate in Bogota, Colombia, on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Activists demonstrate during a protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in front of the Brazil's Consulate General in Lima on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by Cris BOURONCLE / AFP)
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An activist demonstrates during a protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in front of Brazil's Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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People protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on August 23, 2019. - President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday authorized the deployment of Brazil's armed forces to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, as a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by NELSON ALMEIDA / AFP)
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Activists demonstrate during a protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by MAURO PIMENTEL / AFP)
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Activists demonstrate during a protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on August 23, 2019. - Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, after news about the fires have sparked protests around the world. The latest official figures show 76,720 forest fires were recorded in Brazil so far this year -- the highest number for any year since 2013. More than half are in the Amazon. (Photo by MAURO PIMENTEL / AFP)
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