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A huge forest fire in the Brazilian Amazon is threatening to consume one of the most vulnerable peoples on the planet.
An Indian woman from Earth’s most threatened tribe is fighting for her life after being contacted in Brazil’s north-eastern Amazon rainforest.
Following a campaign to save Earth’s most threatened tribe, the Brazilian government has announced that all invaders have now been removed from Awá indigenous territory.
Brazil’s government has launched a major ground operation to evict illegal invaders from the land of the Awá, Earth’s most threatened tribe.
Survival International has protested at Brazil's London embassy in support of indigenous demonstratorsl protesting at attacks on their land rights in Brazil.
An official submssion from Survival International calls on the IACHR to hold Brazil’s government accountable for failing to remove illegal invaders from Awá land.
Brazil’s authorities have ignored an urgent deadline by a federal judge to evict all invaders from the heartland of Earth’s most threatened tribe by the end of March.
Earth’s most threatened tribe has sent an urgent appeal to Brazil’s government to evict invaders from their forest.
Fifteen members of Earth’s most threatened tribe have travelled to Brazil’s capital to urge the government to evict illegal invaders and protect their land.
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.
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