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Isolated Peruvian Tribe Tries to Make Contact: Pushed Out By Drug Smugglers?
Tensions were high in June as more than 100 members of the Mashco-Piro clan, an Indian tribe that lives in voluntary isolation, attempted to make contact in Peru’s southeastern Ama...
Indigenous Rights Still Being Trumped By Mining Money in Peru
A political battle in Peru over expansion of natural gas drilling into a reserve for isolated tribes is underscoring the difficulties the country continues to face in implementing ...
Planet Weird: Living Rock Has Sex With Itself; Doesn't Call Next Day
This may look like a rock, but as with many things occurring in nature, it is full of surprises...
Quinoa Fever: Superfood's Soaring Popularity Is Killing South American Growers
The burgeoning global demand for quinoa may be negatively impacting the people who grow it, reports columnist Joanna Blythman for The Guardian ...
New Campaign Hopes to Raise Awareness of Threats to Peru's Nomadic Indigenous People
Threats facing nomadic indigenous people living in isolation in Peru are the focus of a new public awareness campaign launched by one of Peru’s largest indigenous organizations...
2012 Retrospective: March
Take a look back at March 2012's biggest stories from the pages of our weekly magazine, This Week From Indian Country Today ...
Oil and Gas Drilling on the Rise in Ecuador and Peru; Indigenous Communities Share Concerns
Tensions over oil and gas drilling on or near indigenous territories in the Amazon have flared again as Ecuador seeks bidders for oil leases and a company in Peru expands its opera...
Yale Returns All Machu Picchu Artifacts to Peru
November 12 marked the end of a years-long dispute when Yale University returned the last of thousands of Machu Picchu artifacts to Peru...
Colombian and Peru Governments Publicly Apologizes for Amazonian Rubber Boom
A century after thousands of indigenous people died and were displaced in one of the most brutal episodes of the Amazonian rubber boom, government officials publicly apologized for...
Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal Rules in Favor of Indigenous Community
In a decision that could have far-reaching consequences, Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal ruled that an Amazonian indigenous community could limit outsiders’ access to its territory ...
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