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Davi Kopenawa, a Yanomami shaman and spokesman from Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, has been awarded Brazil’s Order of Cultural Merit, one of the country’s top honours.
Survival International has launched a unique project to bring the latest communications technology to some of the world’s most remote tribal communities.
Amazon Indians have released a series of desperate statements calling on their governments to put a stop to mining which is destroying their land and threatening their existence.
Yanomami Indians from Brazil and Venezuela met last month in Venezuela to discuss indigenous rights and national policies with government officials and NGOs.
Survivors of a massacre in which sixteen Yanomami Indians were killed by illegal gold-miners 20 years ago have spoken out as miners continue to invade their land.
The Brazilian authorities have begun an operation to remove eleven illegal ranches from the Yanomami territory in Brazil, and return the land to the Indians
Yanomami Indians have appealed to Venezuela’s government to tackle the "presence and impacts" of illegal goldmining, rather than deny the problem exists.
Goldminers in Venezuela have carried out a massacre of isolated Yanomami Indians, according to reports received by Survival International.
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