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Brazil Releases Photos of Uncontacted Native Community
Recently released aerial photos of an uncontacted community deep in the Brazilian rainforest offers the latest evidence of isolated Natives in the western Amazon Basin...
Indigenous Peoples in Peru Hope New President Keeps His Promise
Recent protests by indigenous communities over mining in the Andean highlands and a hydroelectric dam in the Peruvian Amazon, as well as mixed reactions to a new forestry law, are ...
Humala Wins Peru Presidency
With 84.4 percent of the ballots counted, Nationalist candidate Ollanta Humala has won the presidential runoff election in Peru according to the national elections office...
Peruvian Officials Deny Claims About Threats to Murunahua Reserve
Peruvian officials this week denied claims by the British organization Survival International that the government plans to abolish the Murunahua Territorial Reserve, created in 199...
Aymara Indians Put Protests on Hold but Remain Defiant
Last weekend, Puno, Peru, was rocked when more than ten thousand activists, largely Aymara Indians, blocked roads and sacked government buildings in protest of a silver mine planne...
International Solidarity Protests Against Peruvian Forest Laws
Thousands of demonstrators on two continents have joined the struggle to defend the rights of indigenous peoples in Peru, who have been staging road and pipeline blockades for more...
Polarizing Presidential Election in Peru Has Implications for Indigenous
Peru’s economy has been thriving for the past decade, with growth reaching an estimated nine percent last year...
Peru Awajun Tribe Retains Alleged Miners
Members of the Awajun Tribe, living in the northern Peruvian border with Ecuador were retaining as of Tuesday morning as many as eight people still unidentified who were caught cam...
Threatened Amazon Tribes Fight Back
The BBC footage shot last year from a small plane over the rain forest of western Brazil resembles a scene from Avatar ...
Peru Confrontations Leave Three Dead, Police Averts Massacre
Confrontations between a group of some 1,200 police who had been deployed to try to contain growing popular unrest and some 4,000 farmers who opposed a copper mine project left thr...
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