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Mile-long trains brimming with iron ore clatter past the indigenous communities of Posto Awá and Tiracambu en route from the world’s largest open-pit iron ore mine to the Atlantic port of São Luís, where the ore is loaded onto ships, many bound for China.
Supporters of Bolsonaro celebrate his victory in front of his residence in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Sunday. The far-right congressman and former army captain took a commanding lead in the race for Brazil's presidency, riding a campaign of change after years
Jair Bolsonaro of the Social Liberal Party (PSL) waves to supporters during a campaign rally in Taguatinga, Brazil. PHOTOGRAPH BY ANDRE COELHO, BLOOMBERG VIA GETTY IMAGES
Cropland borders natural rain forest in Iguacu National Park, Brazil. Conservationists worry what happens next in the region following national elections. PHOTOGRAPH BY FRANS LANTING, NAT GEO IMAGE COLLECTION