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In Brazil’s Mato Grosso state, deforesters foot the bill for political campaigns

Under Bolsonaro policy, invaders seize control of 250,000 hectares of Indigenous lands

As Brazil’s military pulls out of the Amazon, its legacy is in question

Pandemic fails to slow agribusiness’s thirst for Cerrado’s water

Trader Cargill, pension fund TIAA linked to land grabs in Brazil’s Cerrado

Harvard fund evades justice in land-grabbing case over Cerrado farm

In Brazil’s Bahia, peasant farmers and cowboys keep the Cerrado alive

A bid to legitimize invasions of Brazil’s indigenous lands faces a court challenge

As their land claim stalls, Brazil’s Munduruku face pressure from soybean farms

Amazon fires may be worse in 2020 as deforestation and land grabbing spikes

A bloody January for Brazil’s indigenous Kaiowá spotlights persecution

Xavante tribe digs in as Brazil reneges on vow not to build a road in their reserve

Brazil works behind scene to greenlight Manaus-Boa Vista transmission line

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