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  Venezuela helicopter crash survivors rescued after six days Map of Cerro Duida Venezuela  Reports from Venezuela say search teams have found survivors in a military helicopter six days after it crashed in the country's Amazon region   Venezuela searches for missing helicopter in Amazon jungle Map of La Esmeralda Venezuela  Venezuelan teams are searching in the Amazon rain forest for a military Russian-built aircraft that went missing with as many as 13 people on board Gunmen in Peru rob tourists on Amazon riverboat cruise   Eight masked gunmen in Peru have robbed tourists enjoying a luxury riverboat cruise on the Amazon Ecuador army plane crashes in Amazon region killing 22 Map of Pastaza Ecuador  There are no survivors. Nineteen of the people on board of Israeli-built Arava were Ecuadoran soldiers travelling for a parachuting exercise Peru oil spill pollutes Amazon rivers  At least 3,000 barrels of crude oil have been spilled in an Amazonian region after leaks from Peru's main oil pipeline, the state oil company said Brazil indigenous reserve blazes contained Map of Arariboia reserve Maranhao Brazil  Brazilian officials have managed to contain several forest fires that have destroyed half of an indigenous reserve in the Amazon region Near-naked women help 28 escape from jail   3 scantily-clad women seduced the guards with promises of an orgy -- and then drugged them with cheap whiskey Deforestation drops in Brazil's Amazon  Deforestation in the Amazon rain forest has dropped 18% over the past 12 months, falling to the second-lowest level in a quarter century Brazil pursues Amazon 'destroyers'   The authorities in Brazil say they have dismantled a criminal organisation they believe was the 'biggest destroyer' of the Amazon rainforest Switzerland wins over Honduras, 3-0  Xherdan Shaqiri scored a hat-trick to help his nation book a last-16 tie with Messi's Argentina at the World Cup Varela's last-gasp goal salvages 2-2 draw for Portugal vs. USA  Ronaldo set up Varela for a late equalizer on a hot and humid night to give Portugal a 2-2 draw with the United States Ten-man Cameroon knocked out by Croatia  Mario Mandzukic scored two goals Wednesday to keep Croatia in the mix at the World Cup with a 4-0 win over 10-man Cameroon Russia 1-1 South Korea  Former England coach Fabio Capello saw his Russia side come from behind to draw with South Korea in Group H thanks to a goal by Aleksandr Kerzhakov Balotelli earns Italy win over England  Marchisio opens scoring for Italy. Balotelli's header restores Italy's lead in the steamy heat of the Arena Amazonia in Manaus   Another worker dies at Brazil World Cup site Map of Arena Pantanal Cuiaba Brazil  A worker at a World Cup stadium in Brazil died in an electrical accident, temporarily interrupting construction at one of the most-delayed venues Manaus World Cup stadium suffers third death  Antônio José Pita Martins became the third worker to die while working in or near the ground   Worker dies in Brazil stadium fall   A worker has been killed after falling from the roof of the Amazon stadium where England open their 2014 World Cup campaign Brazil says Amazon deforestation rose 28% in a year  Brazil says the rate of deforestation in the Amazon increased by 28% between August 2012 and last July, after years of decline Eight killed in Bolivia plane crash  An airplane has crashed in Bolivia's northern Amazon region, killing at least eight of the 18 people on board Boat capsizes on Brazil's Amazon river, killing 12   A boat carrying Catholic pilgrims has capsized on Brazil's Amazon river, leaving at least 12 people dead and another six still missing Ecuador approves Amazon oil drilling  Ecuador has abandoned a conservation plan that would have paid the country not to drill for oil in previously untouched parts of Yasuni National Park Brazil indians block major railway   Brazilian indigenous people in the Amazon region have blocked one of the country's most important railways in a protest for better public services Brazil 'on alert' over Ecuador spill  Brazil is 'on alert' over an oil spill that originated in Ecuador and is travelling downstream towards the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest deforestation leads to seed shrinkage  The destruction of tropical rainforests is having an even greater impact on the environment than was previously thought, a study suggests Wave blamed for Amazon port accident  A mining company in Brazil has said a giant wave was to blame for the collapse and sinking of a floating port on the Amazon river, in Amapa state Reported Venezuelan massacre didn't happen  The nonprofit that pushed for officials to investigate reports of a massacre in an Amazon indigenous community now believes there was no attack there Chevron appeals $8.6 billion ruling  Chevron filed an appeal with Ecuador's National Court to review a ruling that it must pay billions of dollars in damages for oil pollution in the Amazon rain forest Ecuador upholds Chevron oil fine  An Ecuadorean appeals court has upheld a ruling that Chevron should pay damages totalling $18.2bn over Amazon oil pollution Bolivia Amazon road march resumes  Indigenous protesters have resumed a long-distance march against a road project, a week after their demonstration was broken up by police Chevron appeals over Amazon fine  US oil giant Chevron has launched a legal appeal against a $9.5bn fine by an Ecuador court for polluting much of the country's Amazon region Judge blocks Amazon Belo Monte dam  A Brazilian judge has blocked plans to build a huge hydro-electric dam in the Amazon rainforest because of environmental concerns Huge fine in Amazon pollution case  A court in Ecuador has fined US oil giant Chevron a reported $8bn for polluting a large part of the country's Amazon region Peru battles killer vampire bats  Health ministry has sent emergency teams to a remote Amazon region to battle an outbreak of rabies spread by vampire bats 2nd rancher jailed over US nun's murder  A court has convicted Regivaldo Galvao for ordering the murder in 2005 of environmental activist 73-year-old Dorothy Stang Brazil awards rights to develop dam Map of Belo Monte Brazil
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  Norte Energia consortium of nine companies has won the right to build a hydroelectric dam on a tributary of the Amazon
2010 Apr.16   Judge allows start of bids on dam  A Brazilian court has overturned a ruling that could have delayed building a massive Belo Monte dam on an Amazon tributary

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2009 Oct.31   Brazilian Indians find plane survivors  A plane crashed in a river in the rain forest with 11 people onboard. Of the two people missing one is believed to be dead 2009 Oct.9     Fugitive TV host surrenders
  Wallace Souza, a state ex-legislator and TV host who allegedly ordered rivals killed has surrendered after being missing for four days
2009 Oct.7   TV host who ordered killings is on run  Wallace Souza, a former state legislator who allegedly dealt drugs and ordered rivals killed, is missing and considered a criminal fugitive 2009 Aug.11     TV host 'ordered killings'
  Police have accused Wallace Souza, of being involved in organised drug trafficking and ordering killings to get rid of rivals and boost ratings
2009 May.6   Deadly floods strike northern Brazil  At least 18 people have died in heavy rains and mudslides across 11 states in northern and northeastern Brazil 2009 Feb.9   Indians accused of cannibalizing farmer  5 members of the Kulina tribe are on the run after being accused of murdering, butchering and eating a farmer in a ritual act of cannibalism 2009 Feb.8   24 dead in plane crash  4 passengers survived and were rescued by emergency teams after the plane, a Brazilian-made Bandeirante turboprop

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2008 Dec.1   70% deforestation cuts  Brazil has announced a plan to reduce deforestation rates in the region by 70% over the next ten years 2008 Nov.18   Plane to monitor tribes  The authorities are to use a plane equipped with body-heat sensors to monitor uncontacted Indian tribes from a distance 2008 Sep.29   Brazil government 'worst logger'  The government has been named as the worst illegal logger of Amazon forests by its own Environment Ministry 2008 Sep.17   Norway joins fight to save Amazon  Norway has pledged $1bn to a new international fund to help Brazil protect the rainforest 2008 Aug.22   Brazil hands 'drug baron' to US  Juan Carlos Ramirez Abadia, the leader of one of Colombia's most powerful drug cartels has been extradited to the US by Brazil 2008 Aug.1     Brazil launches rainforest fund   President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva has launched an international fund to protect the rainforest and help combat climate change 2008 May.29     Isolated tribe spotted
  One of few remaining uncontacted indigenous tribes has been spotted and photographed on the border between Brazil and Peru
2008 May.4   Boat capsizes killing at least 15  A wooden boat Comandante Sales ferrying at least 80 people home from a party sank , leaving dozens missing 2008 Apr.25   Plans to control access to Amazon  Congress is to be asked to consider a law which could require foreign visitors and workers in the Amazon region to have a permit

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2007 Dec.7   Deforestation slows again  Deforestation in the rainforest fell by 20% between August 2006 and July 2007 2007 Nov.22   Brazil shocked by jail girl rape  Authorities are investigating reports that a 15-year-old was left in a police cell with 20 men for a month and repeatedly sexually abused 2007 Aug.13   Brazil Amazon destruction slows  President Lula has welcomed new figures showing that the destruction of the rainforest has decreased by 25%. 2007 Jul.21   Aviation radar goes dark  A radar failure over the Amazon forced to turn back or ground a string of international flights, deepening a national aviation crisis 2007 Jun.15   Amazon river 'longer than Nile'  Brazil scientists are claiming to have established as a scientific fact that the Amazon is the longest river in the world 2007 Apr.7   Slovenian completes Amazon swim  Martin Strel, 52, has battled piranhas, crocodiles and exhaustion to become the first person to swim the entire length of the river 2007 Jan.17   Traces of more isolated tribes  Far more Indian groups than previously thought are surviving but they risk extermination at the hands of loggers and miners

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2006 Dec.8   US pilots charged in Amazon jetliner crash  Brazilian federal police charged 2 New York pilots involved in a collision with exposing an aircraft to danger 2006 Dec.4   Rainforest gets protected status  The decision by Para Governor Simao will protect the land from the unsustainable logging and agriculture practices 2006 Nov.14   Dam plans jeopardize Amazon  Environmental experts are criticizing government for failing to assess the impact of 2 dams proposed for construction 2006 Oct.24   Voice recorder of crashed plane found  Rescue workers using metal detectors found the flight recorder of the Boeing 737 that crashed in the jungle 2006 Oct.1     Recorders support midair collision  A review of the voice and flight-data recorders back up the pilot's account that another aircraft clipped his plane 2006 Sep.30   Wreckage of flight spotted  Air force has located the passenger Boeing 737, which disappeared over the rainforest     Rescuers struggle to reach downed jet   Search planes scouring the dense rainforest have found the wreckage of the Boeing 737 airliner 2006 Sep.29   Relatives await news of jetliner  The air force searched the densely forested Amazon region for a Gol airlines jet with 155 people aboard missing     Plane lost over Amazon
  A search is underway for a passenger plane with at least 150 people on board that has gone missing
 Boeing 737 had struck the plane, which was then able to land. Brazil's airline, Gol was trying to locate executive jet after it went missing from its radar screens


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2005 Dec.27   Inmates hold some 200 hostages  Inmates at a prison in remote Amazon jungle were demanding the return of their leader from another prison 2005 Aug.25   'Miracle' as 58 passengers survive  The Boeing 737-200 was carrying 98 people, on a flight from Lima to the Amazon city of Pucallpa 2005 Aug.21   Oil protests on hold for talks  A truce between demonstrators and the government restored calm to northeast Amazon region 2005 May.18   Amazon destruction accelerating  The rainforest is being destroyed at near record levels, according to figures released by the Brazilian government 2005 Feb.17   Murder prompts Amazon curb  Brazil plans to protect a huge swathe after the murder of a US-born missionary Dorothy Stang

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2004 May.15   Plane crashes  The plane carrying 30 passengers and 3 crew has crashed in the jungle as it prepared to land at Manaus airport 2004 Apr.7   Amazon shrinkage alarms activists  Environmentalists are calling for urgent action to slow deforestation in Brazil's jungle

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2003 Jun.26   Amazon destruction speeds up  New satellite information has revealed a sharp increase in the rate of destruction of the rainforest

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2002 Oct.30   New plan to save Amazon forests  A new action plan is being launched at a conference in London