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‘Mummies at all costs’, missing in the Amazon and female propulsion

By France24
11 June 2022   |   12:05 pm
The French daily Libération continues its investigation into pillaged artefacts. Papers are also making pleas to the Brazilian government to step up the search for a British journalist and a Brazilian indigenous activist who have both gone missing in the Amazon. Finally, from elderly driving to chasing a wheel of cheese, we see how two women are moving forward.

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