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Bushmen from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve have celebrated drinking water from the Mothomelo borehole for the first time in nine years.
The UN has launched a campaign to protect 35 indigenous tribes from extinction in Colombia.
Peru’s Congress has approved a’ new law guaranteeing indigenous people’s right to free, prior and informed consent to any projects affecting them and their lands.
Brazilian beef barons are holding Paraguay’s government to ransom over land inhabited by uncontacted tribes, says Survival International.
A 200km oil pipeline in the Amazon has been given the go-ahead, amidst claims of an alleged "cover-up" of evidence that uncontacted Indians live in the area.
Almost 9,000 hectares of ancestral land has been returned to Enxet Indians in Paraguay, more than a decade after their campaign to reclaim it began.
UN officials have been warned of the imminent threat to the lives of Paraguay’s last remaining uncontacted tribe.
Tour companies in the Andaman Islands are supporting a call for tourists to boycott the Andaman Trunk Road which cuts through the Jarawa tribe’s forest.
The King of Malaysia attended an 'eco event' in London yesterday, as his country destroys the forests of the indigenous Penan people.
Vedanta Resources will face vocal protests at its AGM today, as NGOs urge the company to give up on their notorious Niyamgiri mine in Orissa, India.