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Brazil: Six Indians murdered as land conflict deepens

Brazil: Six Indians murdered as land conflict deepens 2 December

The six men are the latest victims of the land conflict which has engulfed the area.

Peru: Priest’s notorious “death road” set to cut uncontacted tribes in two

Peru: Priest’s notorious “death road” set to cut uncontacted tribes in two 1 December

"Death road" advocated by Italian priest would be catastrophe for Amazon Uncontacted Frontier

 
India: Mining company targets Dongria’s sacred hills - AGAIN

India: Mining company targets Dongria’s sacred hills – AGAIN 22 November

Odisha Mining Company makes yet another attempt to mine in Nyamgiri hills despite opposition from tribe

 
Incredible new photos of uncontacted Amazon tribe – that could be wiped out

Incredible new photos of uncontacted Amazon tribe – that could be wiped out 17 November

Extraordinary aerial images of uncontacted Amazonian group reveal a complex and growing society of healthy indididuals

 
Bolivia covers up evidence of uncontacted Indians

Bolivia covers up evidence of uncontacted Indians 11 November

Bolivia denies that oil workers prospecting near the Peruvian border have had several encounters with a group of uncontacted Indians.

 
Indigenous protestors acquitted over the Bagua Massacre in Peru

Indigenous protestors acquitted over the Bagua Massacre in Peru 4 November

52 protestors have been acquitted of charges relating to one of the bloodiest episodes in recent Peruvian history.

 
Billionaire's elephant-hunting safaris implicated in "Pygmy” abuses

Billionaire’s elephant-hunting safaris implicated in "Pygmy” abuses 2 November

Billionaire banker's trophy-hunting operation implicated in abuse of Baka hunter-gatherers

 
Brazil:  “Wave after wave” of loggers invade uncontacted tribe’s rainforest

Brazil: “Wave after wave” of loggers invade uncontacted tribe’s rainforest 27 October

Kawahiva land invaded by loggers – as protection agents face budget cuts

 

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Victory! Canadian oil company pulls out of Matsés territory

Victory! Canadian oil company pulls out of Matsés territory

Pacific E&P cancels its contract to explore for oil in the face of stiff opposition from the Matsés Indians

 
 

In their words

The invasions are close to our villages and putting the lives of women, old people, children and men at risk.”
Uru Eu Wau Wau, Brazil

 

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