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Brazilian Indians have expressed their anger and dismay as a new directive threatens to weaken their control over their lands.
Brazilian authorities have arrested 18 people in connection with the high profile killing of an indigenous leader.
The Innu of north-eastern Canada are celebrating the completion of an historic 4,000 kilometre walk through Nitassinan, their ancestral territory.
A secret recording of a tour operator in the Andaman Islands has provided fresh evidence of the notorious “human safaris”, along with evidence of police collusion.
Loggers have reportedly invaded the Amazon home of uncontacted Awá Indians in Brazil. One of them has allegedly been "burnt alive".
The (Lutheran) Church of Norway will in the next five years be implementing a plan to enhance the role of the indigenous Sami people in church life.
A remarkable photo exhibition is showing in Edinburgh through to the end of this month, featuring depictions of the Burmese Chin people by award-winning photographer Bharat Choudhary.
The UN’s growing concern over Ethiopia’s construction of the Gibe III dam has prompted it to demand urgent information from the African state.
Survival International say that around a hundred Ethiopian tribespeople have been arrested and jailed for opposing a controversial new dam.
A Guarani man in his twenties has died of his wounds following a violent attack, allegedly by gunmen employed by Brazilian cattle ranchers.