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Biden, Bolsonaro discuss Amazon, Brazil’s election during first meeting

The American and Brazilian presidents spoke on the sidelines of the Americas Summit, with Jair Bolsonaro trying to breathe life into his re-election campaign and Joe Biden keen to have something to show for his event.

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