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G. seven leaders today pledged twenty eight million dollars to fight the fires in the Amazon rain forest more than eighty thousand fires are burning nearly all of them sat intentionally CBS news correspondent man well the Hork as reports the crisis is worsening if the weekend was any measure the flames or winning more than ten thousand new fires were reported over the past few days many believe to be sparked by farmers clearing land even among the ashes here you can see the signs of deforestation some of these fallen trees still there the clean marks from where they were chopped down under intense pressure Brazilian president joy you're both Senado ordered the military to help put out the flames this major dismissed the international scrutiny of what he feels Brazil has under control there are people who think that this type of assistance should have happened a lot faster