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  • Brazil Amazon Fires Indigenous
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    Brazil Amazon Fires Indigenous
    08/26/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    In this Aug. 26, 2019 photo, the land smolders during a forest fire in Altamira in Brazil's Amazon. The fire is very close to Kayapo indigenous land located on the Bau indigenous reserve. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/BRA302/19240049068829/AUG. 26, 2019 PHOTO/1908290530

  • APTOPIX Bolivia Fires
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    APTOPIX Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A marine works to put out a fire in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK115/19241094995322//1908290455

  • APTOPIX Bolivia Fires
    AP22372172_000002
    APTOPIX Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A volunteer carries bottles of water for putting out fires in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK103/19240741121753//1908290605

  • Bolivia Wildfires
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    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A marine drinks water silhouetted against a raging fire in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK121/19241095180489//1908290449

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22372170_000004
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Marines are silhouetted against a raging fire in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK122/19241095235515//1908290450

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22372170_000005
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A tree is engulfed by flames in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK115/19241095150068//1908290455

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22372170_000001
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A marine is silhouetted against a raging fire in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's a zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK115/19241094776254//1908290448

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/28/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    An area left scorched by fires is seen in the Menkragnoti indigenous reserve of the Kayapo indigenous group of Amazon rainforest in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Wednesday 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.(AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC112/19240815845167//1908290125

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/28/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    A burned area of Amazon rainforest is seen in the Biological Reserve Serra do Cachimbo, at the border with the Menkragnoti indigenous reserve of the Kayapo indigenous group in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC117/19240819796421//1908290534

  • XINHUA PHOTOS OF THE DAY
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    XINHUA PHOTOS OF THE DAY
    08/28/2019
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (190829) -- BEIJING, Aug. 29, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Aug. 26, 2019 shows the debris after a fire in Manicore, the state of Amazonas, Brazil. BRAZIL OUT (Gabriela Biro/Agencia Estado/Handout via Xinhua) - AE -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007145_20190829_PEPFN0A001/1908290837/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1908290837

  • Bolivia Fires
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    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A firefighter stands in area blanketed by ashes as he works to put out a fire in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan...

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22371805_000010
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A firefighter walk past burning brush in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK110/19240742954062//1908282345

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22371805_000011
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters work to put out a fire in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK111/19240743045160//1908282345

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22371805_000008
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A firefighter hauls a bottle of water for putting out fires in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK106/19240741484214//1908282340

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22371805_000007
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A firefighter takes a break in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK104/19240741260259//1908282340

  • Bolivia Fires
    AP22371805_000005
    Bolivia Fires
    08/28/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters walk through an area scorched by fires in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa de Tucabaca, on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. While some of the fires are burning in Bolivia's share of the Amazon, the largest blazes were in the Chiquitanía region of southeastern Bolivia. It's zone of dry forest, farmland and open prairies that has seen an expansion of farming and ranching in recent years. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK102/19240741009969//1908282337

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/28/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Smoke rises from several burning fires in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said he has accepted four planes from Chile to help fight Amazon fires, and he accused the French president of portraying himself as "the one and only person" concerned about the environment. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC107/19240635240760//1908281950

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/28/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    A destroyed area is seen in a area of the Menkragnoti indigenous reserve of the Kayapo indigenous group of Amazon rainforest in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said he has accepted four planes from Chile to help fight Amazon fires, and he accused the French president of portraying himself as "the one and only person" concerned about the environment. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC105/19240634949989//1908281950

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371799_000035
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/28/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    A devastated area of Amazon rainforest is seen in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said he has accepted four planes from Chile to help fight Amazon fires, and he accused the French president of portraying himself as "the one and only person" concerned about the environment. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC101/19240632732477//1908281945

  • The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
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    The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
    08/28/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    A fireman works to extinguish the fire at the forest near to Porto Velho, Brazil, 28 August 2019. Brazil Amazon region suffer the worst fires of the last years. The Government of Brazil has deployed some 40,000 military in the Amazon region. EFE/ Joédson Alves//EFE_20190828-637026171799158557/1908281942/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908281943

  • The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
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    The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
    08/28/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    A fireman works to extinguish the fire at the forest near to Porto Velho, Brazil, 28 August 2019. Brazil Amazon region sufer the worst fires of the last years. The Government of Brazil has deployed some 40,000 military in the Amazon region. EFE/ Joédson Alves//EFE_20190828-637026171106898581/1908281941/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908281943

  • The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
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    The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
    08/28/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    Firemen work to extinguish the fire at the forest near to Porto Velho, Brazil, 28 August 2019. Brazil Amazon region suffer the worst fires of the last years. The Government of Brazil has deployed some 40,000 military in the Amazon region. EFE/ Joédson Alves//EFE_20190828-637026172446262003/1908281946/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908281947

  • The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
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    The fighting against the fires in Brazilian Amazon continues
    08/28/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    A fireman works to extinguish the fire at the forest near to Porto Velho, Brazil, 28 August 2019. Brazil Amazon region sufer the worst fires of the last years. The Government of Brazil has deployed some 40,000 military in the Amazon region. EFE/ Joédson Alves//EFE_20190828-637026171085960941/1908281941/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908281943

  • BRAZIL-HUMAITA-AMAZON-FIRE
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    BRAZIL-HUMAITA-AMAZON-FIRE
    08/27/2019
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (190827) -- HUMAITA, Aug. 27, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Aug. 25, 2019 shows a destroyed eucalyptus plantation after fire in Humaita, the state of Amazonas, Brazil. BRAZIL OUT (Gabriela Biro/Agencia Estado/Handout via Xinhua) - -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007368_20190827_PEPFN0A001/1908271233/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1908271237

  • BRAZIL-HUMAITA-AMAZON-FIRE
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    BRAZIL-HUMAITA-AMAZON-FIRE
    08/27/2019
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (190827) -- HUMAITA, Aug. 27, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Aug. 25, 2019 shows a destroyed eucalyptus plantation after fire in Humaita, the state of Amazonas, Brazil. BRAZIL OUT (Gabriela Biro/Agencia Estado/Handout via Xinhua) - -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007367_20190827_PEPFN0A001/1908271233/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1908271237

  • BRAZIL-HUMAITA-AMAZON-FIRE
    00920870_000001
    BRAZIL-HUMAITA-AMAZON-FIRE
    08/27/2019
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    (190827) -- HUMAITA, Aug. 27, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Aug. 25, 2019 shows a destroyed eucalyptus plantation after fire in Humaita, the state of Amazonas, Brazil. BRAZIL OUT (Gabriela Biro/Agencia Estado/Handout via Xinhua) - -//CHINENOUVELLE_XxjpbeE007366_20190827_PEPFN0A001/1908271233/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1908271237

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000012
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Amid smoke from forest fires, a replica of the iconic “Charging Bull” sculpture on New York’s Wall Street stands at the entrance of a cattle ranch along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The country's National Space Research Institute, which monitors deforestation, has recorded that the number of fires has risen by 85% to more than 77,000 in the last year, a record since the...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000008
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A military helicopter flies over the area where fires rage along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000011
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Amid smoke from forest fires, cattle graze on a farm along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA123/19238854495588//1908270226

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000007
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters work to put out fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA117/19238803379703//1908270040

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000005
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A firefighter works to put out fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA116/19238801917433//1908270030

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000004
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA114/19238798914951//1908270030

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000003
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns trees and brush along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA115/19238800041156//1908270023

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000002
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A tree stump glows with fire amid smoke along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA113/19238797679140//1908270022

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371420_000001
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A firefighter works to put out fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA112/19238795545610//1908270016

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000051
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA109/19238786046118//1908270009

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000049
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    What remains of trees and brush stands amid smoke along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA111/19238788320525//1908270007

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000048
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    What remains of trees and brush stands amid smoke along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA110/19238787187751//1908270000

  • Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
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    Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
    08/26/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    General view of the damage caused by the fires in the forest of Porto Velho, Brazil, on 26 August 2019. Brazil say that the situation around emergency in Amazon is "exaggerated" for "politic causes" and the fires aren't "out of control". EFE/Joédson Alves.//EFE_20190826-637024602846926293/1908270006/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908270007

  • Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
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    Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
    08/26/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    General view of the damage caused by the fires in the forest of Porto Velho, Brazil, on 26 August 2019. Brazil say that the situation around emergency in Amazon is "exaggerated" for "politic causes" and the fires aren't "out of control". EFE/Joédson Alves.//EFE_20190826-637024602831759045/1908270006/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908270007

  • Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
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    Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
    08/26/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    General view of the damage caused by the fires in the forest of Porto Velho, Brazil, on 26 August 2019. Brazil say that the situation around emergency in Amazon is "exaggerated" for "politic causes" and the fires aren't "out of control". EFE/Joédson Alves.//EFE_20190826-637024602819102623/1908270006/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908270007

  • Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
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    Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
    08/26/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    General view of the damage caused by the fires in the forest of Porto Velho, Brazil, on 26 August 2019. Brazil say that the situation around emergency in Amazon is "exaggerated" for "politic causes" and the fires aren't "out of control". EFE/Joédson Alves.//EFE_20190826-637024602206116655/1908270006/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908270007

  • Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
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    Porto Velho continue fighting against forest fires
    08/26/2019
    Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA
    View of an Hercules plane that help to fight the amazon fires in Porto Velho, Brazil, 26 August 2019. Brazil say that the situation around emergency in Amazon is "exaggerated" for "politic causes" and the fires aren't "out of control". EFE/Joédson Alves.//EFE_20190826-637024603461114471/1908270006/Credit:Joédson Alves/EFE/SIPA/1908270007

  • APTOPIX Bolivia Wildfires
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    APTOPIX Bolivia Wildfires
    08/26/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A resident helps to put out a forest fire in the Chiquitania Forest of Quitunuquina near Robore, Bolivia, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. Bolivia has struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields. A U.S.-based aircraft, the B747-400 SuperTanker, is flying over devastated areas in Bolivia to help put out the blazes and protect forests. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK101/19238647136989//1908262120

  • APTOPIX Bolivia Wildfires
    AP22371148_000003
    APTOPIX Bolivia Wildfires
    08/26/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Wildfires burn in the Chiquitania Forest of Quitunuquina near Robore, Bolivia, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. Bolivia has struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields. A U.S.-based aircraft, the B747-400 SuperTanker, is flying over devastated areas in Bolivia to help put out the blazes and protect forests. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK103/19238647448479//1908262127

  • Bolivia Wildfires
    AP22371134_000014
    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/26/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Soldiers line up as they get ready to help put out a forest fire in the Chiquitania Forest of Quitunuquina near Robore, Bolivia, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. Bolivia has struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields. A U.S.-based aircraft, the B747-400 SuperTanker, is flying over devastated areas in Bolivia to help put out the blazes and protect forests. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK111/19238654778084//1908262025

  • Bolivia Wildfires
    AP22371134_000013
    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/26/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Soldiers line up as they get ready to help put out a forest fire in the Chiquitania Forest of Quitunuquina near Robore, Bolivia, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. Bolivia has struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields. A U.S.-based aircraft, the B747-400 SuperTanker, is flying over devastated areas in Bolivia to help put out the blazes and protect forests. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK112/19238654700819//1908262025

  • Bolivia Wildfires
    AP22371134_000011
    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/26/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Soldiers work to put out a forest fire in the Chiquitania Forest of Quitunuquina near Robore, Bolivia, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. Bolivia has struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields. A U.S.-based aircraft, the B747-400 SuperTanker, is flying over devastated areas in Bolivia to help put out the blazes and protect forests. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK110/19238649518832//1908262021

  • Bolivia Wildfires
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    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/26/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    A resident takes a break after helping to put out a forest fire in the Chiquitania Forest of Quitunuquina near Robore, Bolivia, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. Bolivia has struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields. A U.S.-based aircraft, the B747-400 SuperTanker, is flying over devastated areas in Bolivia to help put out the blazes and protect forests. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK107/19238648172836//1908262020

  • Bolivia Wildfires
    AP22371134_000008
    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/26/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Soldiers work to put out a forest fire in the Chiquitania Forest of Quitunuquina near the Robore, Bolivia, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. Bolivia has struggled to contain fires that swept through woods and fields. A U.S.-based aircraft, the B747-400 SuperTanker, is flying over devastated areas in Bolivia to help put out the blazes and protect forests. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK106/19238647895782//1908262017

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000047
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns trees and brush along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA106/19238778164904//1908262346

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000046
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A tree stands amid smoke from a fire along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA105/19238776816059//1908262344

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000045
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a “colony.” (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA103/19238768611864//1908262330

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000044
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a “colony.” (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA102/19238768163716//1908262330

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000043
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/26/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters work to put out fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a “colony.” (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA101/19238767197578//1908262329

  • Bolivia Wildfires
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    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/25/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Ashes from wildfires burn in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa near Robore, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Bolivian President Evo Morales said Saturday he would welcome aid in fighting his country's wildfires, which have scorched more than 2,900 square miles (744,000 hectares) of land in the Chiquitania region over the past two weeks. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK110/19238091804250//1908260510

  • Bolivia Wildfires
    AP22371134_000002
    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/25/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Ashes from wildfires burn in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa near Robore, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Bolivian President Evo Morales said Saturday he would welcome aid in fighting his country's wildfires, which have scorched more than 2,900 square miles (744,000 hectares) of land in the Chiquitania region over the past two weeks. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK111/19238091885996//1908260508

  • Bolivia Wildfires
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    Bolivia Wildfires
    08/25/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters rest after putting out fires in the Chiquitania Forest in Santa Rosa near Robore, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Bolivia's President Evo Morales said Saturday he would welcome aid in fighting his country's wildfires, which have scorched more than 2,900 square miles (744,000 hectares) of land in the Chiquitania region over the past two weeks. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK112/19238091561572//1908260506

  • APTOPIX Bolivia Wildfires
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    APTOPIX Bolivia Wildfires
    08/25/2019
    Juan Karita/AP/SIPA
    An airplane drops fire retardant on a wildfire burning in the Chiquitanía Forest near Robore, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Bolivian President Evo Morales said Saturday he would welcome aid in fighting his country's wildfires, which have scorched more than 2,900 square miles (744,000 hectares) of land in the Chiquitanía region over the past two weeks. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)/XJK108/19237602118735//1908260645

  • APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
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    APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Cattle stand near a wooded area smoldering in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they are preparing to help Brazil battle fires burning across the Amazon region and repair the damage as tens of thousands of soldiers got ready to join the fight against blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC106/19238006078884/TWO DIAGONAL LINES SEEN IN THE UPPER PART ARE ELECTRIC...

  • APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
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    APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Charred trees stand as a forest fire sweeps through the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo...

  • APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
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    APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Andre Penner/AP/SIPA
    Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)/XAP101/19237788365583//1908260110

  • APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371105_000001
    APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Charred trees stand after a forest fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000042
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees burn in a wildfire in highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA144/6c9328469dbf429f9e8fed748d01525b-b3c0bc412f2b41ef9d2be4b07cd6e5b8//1908260555

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000040
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees burn during a fire in highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA144/19238042609737//1908260323

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees burn during a fire in the highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA143/19238042377868//1908260322

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns in highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA141/19238041643823//1908260321

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees burn during a fire in the highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA139/19238041191916//1908260320

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A fire burns in highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA140/19238040450766//1908260320

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC111/19238007828731//1908260250

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Cattle stand in the field as a fire burns an area in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they are preparing to help Brazil battle fires burning across the Amazon region and repair the damage as tens of thousands of soldiers got ready to join the fight against blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC108/19238006830580//1908260250

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    An area smolders in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC113/19238008968404//1908260245

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
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    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region, in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC105/19238005357679//1908260224

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000028
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Fire consumes an area in the Alvorada da Amazonia region, in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year, with more than half of those coming in August alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC104/19238004708901//1908260220

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000027
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    This photo shows burned trees after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year — with more than half of those coming this month alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC103/19238003707320//1908260214

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000026
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region, in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year, with more than half of those coming in August alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC102/19238002719667//1908260214

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000025
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Leo Correa/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year, with more than half of those coming in August alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)/XLC101/19238001078423//1908260212

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000015
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Andre Penner/AP/SIPA
    Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)/XAP104/19237787327931//1908260055

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000014
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Andre Penner/AP/SIPA
    Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)/XAP103/19237786297221//1908260055

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000013
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Residents motorcycle amid smoke from forest fires at dawn in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres) (AP...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000012
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA129/19237789074079//1908260050

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000011
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA126/19237788788084//1908260050

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000010
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA128/19237788708791//1908260050

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000009
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)/ERA127/19237788613511//1908260050

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000008
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Trees that survived a forest fire stand amid smoldering smoke in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near to the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000006
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    The sun sets amid smoke from forest fires that is leaving behind charred trees in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000007
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Andre Penner/AP/SIPA
    Embers from a wildfire smolder along BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)/XAP102/19237785598931//1908260045

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000005
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Andre Penner/AP/SIPA
    Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)/XAP101/19237788365583//1908260032

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000004
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A motorcycle moves through smoke from forest fires at dawn in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near to the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000003
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Mario Lobao/AP/SIPA
    Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Mario Lobao)/XAP105/19237799424077//1908260024

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000002
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Charred trees stand after a fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371097_000001
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Charred trees stand after a forest fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo...

  • APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22371084_000001
    APTOPIX Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters walk across charred land to another area as they work to put out fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest in the Vila Nova Samuel region, near the city of Porto Velho in Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22370908_000020
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Army soldiers and firefighters prepare to deploy to put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near to the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22370908_000019
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters walk across charred land to another area as they work to put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho in Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22370908_000013
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters work to put out forest fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho in Rondonia state, in the Vila Nova Samuel region, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22370908_000010
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters walk across charred land to another area as they work to put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho in Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22370908_000009
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    Firefighters put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22370908_000007
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A line of fire fighting vehicles advance in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near to the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP...

  • Brazil Amazon Fires
    AP22370908_000008
    Brazil Amazon Fires
    08/25/2019
    Eraldo Peres/AP/SIPA
    A line of fire fighting vehicles advance through smoke from forest fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near to the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that...