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    Brazilian Indians gather at Xingu River to end 5-day protest against Amazon dam
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    By Alan Clendinning
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    By Jeff Barnard
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    Klamath Basin farmers will get some water for crops this year, but far less than they hoped for after protected fish get what they need to survive the drought.

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    By Samanatha Young
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    Federal fisheries managers took the initial step toward imposing what could be the strictest limits ever on West Coast salmon fishing amid a precipitous drop in fish returning to California’s Sacramento Valley.

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    Nespelem, Washington (AP)

    The Northwest Power and Conservation Council approved plans last week for a salmon hatchery at the Chief Joseph Dam to help rebuild chinook runs in the upper Columbia River watershed.

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