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Saving our planet: What’s happening in the Amazon?

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The Amazon rainforest – often called the “lungs of the planet” – is being destroyed at an alarming rate. Earlier this year, Brazil came under global pressure to do something. The government sent in the army, and claimed success. But the deforestation continued. NBC Forensics investigates.