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Bolsonaro wants Macron’s apology before taking G7 Amazonia aid

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has said his country was open to taking $20 million from the G7 to fight Amazonia fires, but only if France's Macron withdraws some of the "insults" he allegedly made against Bolsonaro.

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