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In Brumadinho, a town in southern Brazil, residents are complaining of an outbreak of skin diseases, depression and odd illnesses they've never seen before. It all started just over a year ago after the local dam collapsed, spreading toxic mud and destroying everything in its path.
In this episode:
Manuel Rapalo (@Manuel_Rapalo), Al Jazeera journalist.
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