A recent study found high levels of pesticides in the drinking water of about 25% of Brazil's cities.  These results have activists worried, with Brazilian agriculture heavily dependent on one chemical component. CGTN's Paulo Cabral reports from Sao Paulo.

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CNET 22 Sep 2019 14:00 CEST

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