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As the Amazon burns, the Brazilian government is planning to develop the sparsely populated rainforest with projects such as dams, bridges, and highways designed to attract non-Indigenous settlers, leaked documents and audio reveal. The Baron of Rio Banco project revives the Brazilian military's ambitions to fortify the northern border and plays on paranoid fears of a "globalist campaign" by environmentalists to undermine the country's sovereignty.
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