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BRAZIL/
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September 09, 2013
An improvised home shelters a Guarani Ava family on the edge of their ancestral land they call Tekoha...
Guaira, Brazil
An improvised home shelters a Guarani Ava family on the edge of their ancestral land in Guaira
An improvised home shelters a Guarani Ava family on the edge of their ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, as they await a court's decision on the eviction of farmers occupying the land, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, August 1, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken August 1, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL/
RTX13EL9
September 09, 2013
Guarani Ava Indian Paulina Takua Rokavy (L) teaches children in a school she improvised on the edge of...
Guaira, Brazil
Guarani Ava Indian, Paulina Takua Rokavy, teaches children in a school she improvised on the edge of...
Guarani Ava Indian Paulina Takua Rokavy (L) teaches children in a school she improvised on the edge of their ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, as they await a court's decision on the eviction of farmers occupying the land, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, August 2, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken August 2, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION)
BRAZIL/
RTX13EL0
September 09, 2013
Guarani Ava Indians perform daily rituals in the house of prayer where they live on the edge of their...
Guaira, Brazil
Guarani Ava Indians perform daily rituals in the house of prayer in Guaira
Guarani Ava Indians perform daily rituals in the house of prayer where they live on the edge of their ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, while awaiting a court's decision on the eviction of farmers occupying the land, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, August 2, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken August 2, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTX13E7N
September 09, 2013
Guarani Ava spiritual leaders perform a ritual called Jerokyete to calm the pain of Rosalino Kunumi (seated),...
Guaira, Brazil
Guarani Ava spiritual leaders perform a ritual called Jerokyete to calm the pain of Rosalino Kunumi,...
Guarani Ava spiritual leaders perform a ritual called Jerokyete to calm the pain of Rosalino Kunumi (seated), in the house of prayer of the ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, July 31, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)

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September 09, 2013
A Guarani Ava Indian child lights a ceremonial pipe called a Petygua which wards off bad spirits, during...
Guaira, Brazil
A Guarani Ava Indian child lights a ceremonial pipe called a Petygua which wards off bad spirits, during...
A Guarani Ava Indian child lights a ceremonial pipe called a Petygua which wards off bad spirits, during a ritual as they prepare to take back their ancestral plot of land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, in Guaira, Parana state, near the southern border with Paraguay, July 31, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)

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September 09, 2013
Guarani Ava spiritual leaders perform a ritual called Jerokyete to calm the pain of Rosalino Kunumi (back...
Guaira, Brazil
Guarani Ava spiritual leaders perform a ritual called Jerokyete to calm the pain of Rosalino Kunumi,...
Guarani Ava spiritual leaders perform a ritual called Jerokyete to calm the pain of Rosalino Kunumi (back C), in the house of prayer of the ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, July 31, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)

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September 09, 2013
A Guarani Ava Indian girl has her face painted as they live on the edge of their ancestral land they...
Guaira, Brazil
A Guarani Ava Indian girl has her face painted as they live on the edge of their ancestral land they...
A Guarani Ava Indian girl has her face painted as they live on the edge of their ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, while awaiting a court's decision on the eviction of farmers occupying the land, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, August 2, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken August 2, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)

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September 09, 2013
Guarani Ava Indian children have a lunch of peanuts and chica, a drink made from cassava, at their home...
Guaira, Brazil
Guarani Ava Indian children have a lunch of peanuts and chica, a drink made from cassava, at their home...
Guarani Ava Indian children have a lunch of peanuts and chica, a drink made from cassava, at their home on the edge of their ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, where they are living while awaiting a court's decision on the eviction of farmers occupying the land, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, August 2, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken August 2, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST FOOD)

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September 09, 2013
Guarani Ava Indian Paulina Takua Rokavy (back C) teaches children in a school she improvised on the edge...
Guaira, Brazil
Guarani Ava Indian Paulina Takua Rokavy teaches children in a school she improvised on the edge of their...
Guarani Ava Indian Paulina Takua Rokavy (back C) teaches children in a school she improvised on the edge of their ancestral land they call Tekoha Yvoh'y, as they await a court's decision on the eviction of farmers occupying the land, in Guaira, Parana state, near the border with Paraguay, August 2, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken August 2, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION)

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BRAZIL
RTR19OOZ
October 20, 2005
A pedestrian uses a public phone booth shaped like a toucan in Guaira, in the center-west Brazilian state...
Guaira, Brazil
Pedestrian use public phone shaped like Brazilian animal in Mato Grosso do Sul
A pedestrian uses a public phone booth shaped like a toucan in Guaira, in the center-west Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul, October 20, 2005. The toucan is one of the wetland region's most endangered species. The western states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul are home to the Pantanal; the world's largest tract of wetlands. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker ODLY PP05100223
WEATHER VENEZUELA RAINS
RTR153BW
December 21, 1999
Venezuelan flood victims look at an empty coffin in the Guaira cementary, December 21. The death toll...
Guaira, Venezuela
MUDSLIDE VICTIMS LOOK AT A COFFIN IN THE GUAIRA CEMENTARY.
Venezuelan flood victims look at an empty coffin in the Guaira cementary, December 21. The death toll from mudslides and flash floods that swamped Venezuela's Caribbean coast last week could be as high as 30.000, authorities said on Tuesday. Landslides and raging rivers swept away slum dwellings perched on steep slopes and left tall buildings marooned in a sea of now rock-hard debris.

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