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Sep 01, 2019
Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro says he will stop using French Bic pens after spat with Emmanuel Macron over Amazon firesJair Bolsonaro has previously cited Bic pens, which are cheap and commonly used in Brazil, as a sign of austerity after the expenses of his predecessors
Aug 29, 2019
Leaders of Amazon countries to meet on 6 September to decide rainforests' future, says Brazilian president Jair BolsonaroBrazilian president Jair Bolsonaro said that Latin America's Amazon countries will meet in September to discuss both protecting and developing the rainforest region, which has been hit by weeks of devastating fires.
Aug 27, 2019
Amazon fires: Brazilian firefighters rushed to spot after military helicopter spots plumes of smoke near Jacunda National Forest in Rondonia stateAmazon is a major absorber of carbon dioxide from atmosphere and described by environmentalists as a critical defense against climate change
Aug 26, 2019
British govt pledges £10 million to help restore fire-ravaged Amazon, says Boris Johnson at G7 Summit in FranceThe pledge came after Emmanuel Macron, who is hosting G7 summit, said that world leaders had agreed to help countries affected by wildfires
Jun 23, 2018
Ram Nath Kovind in Cuba: New Delhi, Havana agree to enhance cooperation in biotechnology, renewable energyIndia and Cuba have agreed to enhance cooperation in biotechnology, renewable energy and traditional medicine.
Jan 23, 2013
New evidence emerges of indentured Indians' mass graves in SurinameLate last year, Benjamin Mitrasingh, an archaeologist in Suriname, had proposed to use modern technology and aerial surveys to locate the graves of Indian indentured workers killed 110 years ago in Marienburg.