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An uncontacted tribe has been photographed from the air in an area of the Colombian Amazon increasingly invaded by illegal gold-miners and loggers in recent years.
Calls were growing to stop “genocide” inside Brazil’s Amazon, as the UN marked the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination yesterday.
Residents living close to the uncontacted Mashco-Piro tribe will build a guard post to protect both the Indians and locals from violent contact.
Loggers have reportedly invaded the Amazon home of uncontacted Awá Indians in Brazil. One of them has allegedly been "burnt alive".
The King of Malaysia attended an 'eco event' in London yesterday, as his country destroys the forests of the indigenous Penan people.
Survival International has warned on the eve of World Health Day that uncontacted tribes face massive population loss if their land is not protected.
A Malaysian court has ruled that members of the Penan tribe can sue the government and a timber company for trespassing on their land.
Penan tribespeople in Sarawak, in the Malaysian part of Borneo, have launched a legal case against the logging giant Samling.
The Norwegian government has excluded the Malaysian timber giant Samling from its pension fund on ethical grounds.
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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