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Brazil has three months to evict illegal loggers from land belonging to Earth’s most threatened tribe before it will be in breach of a court order.
A judge has ordered Brazil’s largest mining company to suspend plans for a controversial railway track which jeopardises the livelihoods of Earth’s most threatened tribe.
Dozens of British politicians are calling on Brazil to save Earth’s most threatened tribe by halting illegal logging and land invasions in their territory.
Dozens of British politicians have joined an international campaign calling on Brazil to save “Earth’s most threatened tribe" by halting illegal logging.
Earth’s ‘most threatened tribe’ has made a desperate appeal for the Brazilian government to halt the illegal logging that is ravaging its territory.
A campaign to save one of the world’s most threatened tribes has generated more than 10,000 protest emails to the Brazilian government in just three days.
Calls were growing to stop “genocide” inside Brazil’s Amazon, as the UN marked the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination yesterday.
Loggers have reportedly invaded the Amazon home of uncontacted Awá Indians in Brazil. One of them has allegedly been "burnt alive".
A report reveals that the home of the nomadic Awá tribe suffered more deforestation than any other indigenous territory in the Amazon in 2009.
Members of the tiny Awá tribe in the Brazilian Amazon will tomorrow begin a three-day protest in response to remarks by the local mayor’s office denying that the Awá exist.
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