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Raposa Indigenous After Attack

September 6, 2008

Raposa Indigenous After Attack

Raposa Indigenous After Attack

Raposa-Serra do Sol, in the north of Brazil and on the border with Venezuela and Guyana, with its mountains, tropical forest, savanna, rivers and waterfalls, is a demarcated Indigenous Territory. The 1.7 million hectares is home to 18–20,000 indigenous people. In the last three decades over twenty Indigenous have been killed and hundreds injured during their struggle to reclaim their ancestral land.

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