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Brazil urged to save indigenous from virus 'genocide'

Global leaders are demanding Brazil take immediate action to save the country's Indigenous people from a coronavirus 'genocide'. The Amazon's capital Manaus has been overwhelmed by death, caused by a chronically underfunded health care system and government failure to implement containment measures. Officials say they're expecting to bury more than 4,500 people in the next month. Liz Maddock has more.

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