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Palm scanner launched for 'secure' payments
Amazon announced a new payment system for real-world shops which uses a simple wave of the hand.
Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon lessens in August but remains high
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest fell in August, from the same month a year ago, preliminary government data showed, even as fires in the region are worsening.
India's Reliance denies plans for Amazon mega-deal
Indian conglomerate Reliance denied a report that it was planning to sell a $20-billion stake in its retail business to US rival Amazon in a deal that could upend the country's hugely lucrative e-commerce sector.
Brazilian Amazon fires near level of 2019 crisis
The number of fires in the Brazilian Amazon last month was the second-highest in a decade for August, nearing the crisis levels that unleashed a flood of international condemnation last year, official figures showed.
Brazil's Bolsonaro calls surging Amazon fires a 'lie'
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday angrily denied the existence of fires in the Amazon rainforest, calling it a “lie,” despite data produced by his own government showing that thousands of fires are surging across the region.
Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon retreats in July from 2019 record: INPE
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon fell about 27 percent in July from a year earlier for the first time in 15 months, even as clearing increased 34.5 percent over that period, according to preliminary data from Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE).
Brazilian Amazon fires surge in July
The number of forest fires in the Brazilian Amazon last month rose 28 percent from July 2019, satellite data showed, fueling fears the world's biggest rainforest will again be devastated by fires this year.
Amazon closer to launching satellites, upping Internet reach
Amazon.com is one step closer to space.
Millions of animals trafficked from Amazon annually: Report
Millions of wild animals are trafficked within and out of Brazil every year, a new report has found, with its authors warning that a lack of good quality data means the country’s illegal wildlife trade is not taken seriously enough, with grave consequences for biodiversity.
Amazon soya and beef exports 'linked to deforestation'
Up to one-fifth of Brazil's soya exports to the European Union may be "contaminated" by illegal deforestation, a study has found.
Brazil Amazon deforestation up in June, set for worst year in over a decade
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rose for the 14th consecutive month in June, preliminary government data showed, heaping further pressure on President Jair Bolsonaro who is under fire for worsening destruction of the rainforest on his watch.
Amazon worker loses engagement ring while packing boxes
An Amazon worker in Wales recently lost her engagement ring while on the job and fears that it fell into an outgoing package.
Amazon hit from all sides as crisis highlights growing power
As Amazon becomes an increasingly important lifeline in the pandemic crisis, it is being hit with a wave of criticism from activists, politicians and others who question the tech giant's growing influence.
Trump threatens to block aid for US Postal Service if it does not raise prices for Amazon
US President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to block federal aid for the United States Postal Service unless it raises shipping rates for online companies like Amazon.com, prompting criticism that the move would hurt consumers relying more than usual on packages during the coronavirus outbreak.
Booksellers struggle with lack of new stock amid COVID-19 crisis
Amazon denied reports that it is no longer accepting new deliveries of books to its warehouses while prioritizing essential goods amid the coronavirus outbreak, as major cutbacks at the UK’s two main book wholesalers have begun to prevent bookshops up and down the country from acquiring new stock.

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