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Brazil is letting the Amazon rainforest become lawless

Murders of British journalist and Brazilian researcher show crime is festering and hindering the fight against deforestation

Brazilian officials have long fought claims they are not doing enough to combat the deforestation of the Amazon. The reality is they have let crime fester in the precious rainforest, making any efforts to preserve it even more difficult, analysts and environmentalists say.

The murders this month of Dom Phillips, a British journalist and Financial Times contributor, and Bruno Pereira, a Brazilian indigenous peoples expert, in the remote Javari valley near the border with Peru have shed light on this increasing problem. Police have arrested four men — suspected illegal fishermen — and are probing whether a larger crime syndicate is behind the killings.

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