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Relatives and friends of victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, pay their respects during a mass in Brumadinho, January 31.  
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Relatives and friends of victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, pay their respects during a mass in Brumadinho, January 31. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Relatives and friends of victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, pay their respects during a mass in Brumadinho, January 31. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A member of Israeli military searches for victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A member of Israeli military searches for victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A member of Israeli military searches for victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A rescue helicopter is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A rescue helicopter is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A rescue helicopter is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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People light candles during a vigil after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 29. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

People light candles during a vigil after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 29. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

People light candles during a vigil after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 29. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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Volunteer Jeferson Ferreira, who helped and saved people in the area from a small hotel that was covered by mud, is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Volunteer Jeferson Ferreira, who helped and saved people in the area from a small hotel that was covered by mud, is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Adriano...more

Volunteer Jeferson Ferreira, who helped and saved people in the area from a small hotel that was covered by mud, is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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Israeli military personnel search for victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Israeli military personnel search for victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Israeli military personnel search for victims of a collapsed tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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Members of a rescue team react upon returning from the mission, in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Members of a rescue team react upon returning from the mission, in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Members of a rescue team react upon returning from the mission, in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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An Indigenous woman from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe looks at dead fish near Paraopeba river, January 28.    
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An Indigenous woman from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe looks at dead fish near Paraopeba river, January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

An Indigenous woman from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe looks at dead fish near Paraopeba river, January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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An activist covered in mud puts her hand prints outside the headquarters of Brazilian mining company Vale SA in Rio de Janeiro, January 28.     REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

An activist covered in mud puts her hand prints outside the headquarters of Brazilian mining company Vale SA in Rio de Janeiro, January 28. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

An activist covered in mud puts her hand prints outside the headquarters of Brazilian mining company Vale SA in Rio de Janeiro, January 28. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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Members of a rescue team carry a body recovered in Brumadinho, January 28.    REUTERS/Washington Alves

Members of a rescue team carry a body recovered in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Members of a rescue team carry a body recovered in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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Members of a rescue team search for victims in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Members of a rescue team search for victims in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Members of a rescue team search for victims in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A body recovered after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed is suspended from a helicopter, in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A body recovered after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed is suspended from a helicopter, in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A body recovered after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed is suspended from a helicopter, in Brumadinho, January 28. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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Swings are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Swings are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Swings are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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An ox is seen on mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

An ox is seen on mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

An ox is seen on mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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An Indigenous man from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe looks at Paraopeba river, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Sao Joaquim de Bicas near Brumadinho, Brazil January 25. REUTERS/FUNAI/Handout via Reuters

An Indigenous man from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe looks at Paraopeba river, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Sao Joaquim de Bicas near Brumadinho, Brazil January 25. REUTERS/FUNAI/Handout via Reuters

An Indigenous man from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe looks at Paraopeba river, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Sao Joaquim de Bicas near Brumadinho, Brazil January 25. REUTERS/FUNAI/Handout via Reuters
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Members of a rescue team search for victims after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado/File Photo

Members of a rescue team search for victims after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado/File Photo

Members of a rescue team search for victims after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 28. REUTERS/Adriano Machado/File Photo
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A member of rescue team reacts, upon returning from the mission, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A member of rescue team reacts, upon returning from the mission, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A member of rescue team reacts, upon returning from the mission, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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Indigenous people from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe look at Paraopeba river, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Sao Joaquim de Bicas near Brumadinho, Brazil January 25. REUTERS/FUNAI/Handout via Reuters

Indigenous people from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe look at Paraopeba river, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Sao Joaquim de Bicas near Brumadinho, Brazil January 25. REUTERS/FUNAI/Handout via Reuters

Indigenous people from the Pataxo Ha-ha-hae tribe look at Paraopeba river, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Sao Joaquim de Bicas near Brumadinho, Brazil January 25. REUTERS/FUNAI/Handout via Reuters
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A fish is seen on mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A fish is seen on mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A fish is seen on mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A view of the aftermath from a failed iron ore tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A view of the aftermath from a failed iron ore tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A view of the aftermath from a failed iron ore tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A chicken covered with mud is seen after a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 26. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A chicken covered with mud is seen after a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 26. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A chicken covered with mud is seen after a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 26. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A destroyed house is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27.   REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A destroyed house is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A destroyed house is seen after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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Rescue workers search for victims after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Rescue workers search for victims after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Rescue workers search for victims after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A chair is seen inside a destroyed home after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A chair is seen inside a destroyed home after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A chair is seen inside a destroyed home after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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Debris are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Debris are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Debris are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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Debris are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Debris are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Debris are seen next to a house after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 27. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
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A house is seen after a dam, owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA, burst in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 26.  
 REUTERS/Washington Alves

A house is seen after a dam, owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA, burst in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 26. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A house is seen after a dam, owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA, burst in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 26. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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Rescue crew work in a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 25.  
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Rescue crew work in a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Rescue crew work in a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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A house is seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A house is seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A house is seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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Debris are seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25.  REUTERS/Washington Alves

Debris are seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Debris are seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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A view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25.  
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A view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

A view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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Residents are seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Residents are seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves

Residents are seen in an area next to a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, January 25. REUTERS/Washington Alves
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