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'Hidden' Fires Burning in Amazon Rain Forest

Small fires in the Amazon rain forest are having a huge impact. Full story

Analysis: As growth wanes, Amazon begins to show Wall Street the money

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - After a spending spree in recent years pushed Amazon.com Inc's net results into the loss column, investors are betting that the company is tightening the purse strings and focusing on delivering a solid profit. Full story

Analysis: Amazon's Christmas faux pas shows risks in the cloud

(Reuters) - A Christmas Eve glitch traced to Amazon.com Inc that shuttered Netflix for users from Canada to South America highlights the risks that companies take when they move their datacenter operations to the cloud. Full story

Over 120,000 baby turtles released into wild

   More than 120,000 turtle hatchlings were released into an Amazonian river in Bolivia as part of a project to re-establish a population diminished by excessive hunting. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

Dams rising across Brazil's Amazon

   The Belo Monte dam is among 60 Brazil plans to build in its Amazon region to help power its growing economy. But the vision also has its critics.

Brazil’s balancing act

   The Amazon rainforest has meant prosperous times for many in Brazil, but environmental and cultural disaster for others.

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Brazil's Controversial Belo Monte Dam Project To Displace Thousands in Amazon
A Munduruku Indian holds a child as he attends a meeting consisting of nearly150 Indians, who are campaigning against the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in the Amazon, in Brasilia
A Munduruku Indian holds a child as he attends a meeting consisting of nearly150 Indians, who are campaigning against the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in the Amazon, in Brasilia

A Munduruku Indian holds a child as he attends a meeting consisting of nearly150 Indians, who are campaigning against the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in the Amazon, in Brasilia June 5, 2013. Talks between the Indians and the government were suspended a day after Air Force planes

Munduruku Indians ride a bus to Planalto Palace after being transported by Air Force plane from the Amazon region to Brasilia
Munduruku Indians ride a bus to Planalto Palace after being transported by Air Force plane from the Amazon region to Brasilia

Munduruku Indians ride a bus to Planalto Palace after being transported by Air Force plane from the Amazon region to Brasilia for talks with the government, in Brasilia June 4, 2013. Air Force planes flew 144 Munduruku Indians to Brasilia for talks to end a week-long occupation of the controversial

Munduruku Indians arrive at Planalto Palace after being transported from the Amazon region to Brasilia
Munduruku Indians arrive at Planalto Palace after being transported from the Amazon region to Brasilia

Munduruku Indians pass through security inspection as they arrive at Planalto Palace after being transported from the Amazon region to Brasilia for talks with the government, in Brasilia June 4, 2013. Air Force planes flew 144 Munduruku Indians to Brasilia for talks to end a week-long occupation of