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BRAZIL-SPORTS/
RTX1TJNS
October 27, 2015
An indigenous man from the Matis tribe demonstrates the use of a blowpipe during the first World Games...
Palmas, Brazil
An indigenous man from the Matis tribe demonstrates the use of a blowpipe during the first World Games...
An indigenous man from the Matis tribe demonstrates the use of a blowpipe during the first World Games for Indigenous Peoples in Palmas, Brazil, October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
COLOMBIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTX1GEHC
June 14, 2015
A man of the Nonam Wounaan indigenous group takes part in a blowgun shooting competition during the tenth...
PUERTO PIZARIO, Colombia
A man of the Nonam Wounaan indigenous group takes part in a blowgun shooting competition during the tenth...
A man of the Nonam Wounaan indigenous group takes part in a blowgun shooting competition during the tenth meeting of the ancestral knowledge in Puerto Pizario, in the department of Valle del Cauca, Colombia June 12, 2015. The indigenous authorities organized every two years a week of competitions of traditional activities to transmit ancestral knowledge to new generations. Picture taken June 12, 2015. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga
BELGIUM/
RTR3NNCI
May 03, 2014
A piper performs during an unveiling ceremony of a bronze statue of a Scottish Black Watch soldier to...
ZONNEBEKE, Belgium
A piper performs during an unveiling ceremony of a statue of a Scottish Black Watch soldier as part of...
A piper performs during an unveiling ceremony of a bronze statue of a Scottish Black Watch soldier to commemorate the 8,960 Black Watch officers and soldiers who died with more than 20,000 wounded, as part of events to mark the centenary of World War One, in Zonnebeke near Ypres May 3, 2014. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
Honduras/
RTX9413
October 01, 2008
A Tolupan man shows his skills with the blowpipe in La Ceiba, Montana de la Flor, August 20, 2008. For...
La Ceiba, Montaña de la flor, Honduras
A Tolupan man shows his skills with the blowpipe in La Ceiba
A Tolupan man shows his skills with the blowpipe in La Ceiba, Montana de la Flor, August 20, 2008. For more than a century the lived isolated from the civilization in the mountains of Honduras, but now the Tolupanes are threatened by peasants who invade their lands to expand their cultivation and drug dealers who want to sow marijuana in remote areas. Some 600 Tolupanes live in the Montana de la Flor (Mountain of the Flower) out of an ethnic group of almost 20,000 members who speak their own language, the tol. Picture taken August 20, 2008. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS)
BRAZIL
RTX428G
November 26, 2007
A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous...
OLINDA, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation aims his arrow during bow-and-arrow competition in Olinda
A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX428E
November 26, 2007
A member of Brazil's Aikewara nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous...
OLINDA, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Aikewara nation aims his arrow during bow-and-arrow competition in Olinda
A member of Brazil's Aikewara nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX4286
November 26, 2007
Brazilian Indians use the portable toilet during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations'...
OLINDA, Brazil
Brazilian Indians use portable toilet during bow-and-arrow competition at Indigenous Nations' Games in...
Brazilian Indians use the portable toilet during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX4284
November 26, 2007
Indians of various Brazilian nations line up during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations'...
OLINDA, Brazil
Indians of various Brazilian nations line up during bow-and-arrow competition at Indigenous Nations'...
Indians of various Brazilian nations line up during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX4283
November 26, 2007
Brazilian Indians examine sunglasses as they drink soft drinks during the Indigenous Nations' Games in...
OLINDA, Brazil
Brazilian Indians examine sunglasses as they drink soft drinks during Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda...
Brazilian Indians examine sunglasses as they drink soft drinks during the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX4281
November 26, 2007
Indians of various Brazilian nations compete in the bow-and-arrow competition during the Indigenous Nations'...
OLINDA, Brazil
Indians of various Brazilian nations compete in bow-and-arrow competition during Indigenous Nations'...
Indians of various Brazilian nations compete in the bow-and-arrow competition during the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX427Y
November 26, 2007
A member of Brazil's Kayapo nation reacts after competing at the bow-and-arrow competition during the...
OLINDA, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Kayapo nation reacts after competing at bow-and-arrow competition in Olinda
A member of Brazil's Kayapo nation reacts after competing at the bow-and-arrow competition during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX427V
November 26, 2007
Indians of various Brazilian nations line up during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations'...
OLINDA, Brazil
Indians of various Brazilian nations line up during bow-and-arrow competition at Indigenous Nations'...
Indians of various Brazilian nations line up during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX427R
November 26, 2007
A child of Brazil's Borore nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow demonstration at the Indigenous...
OLINDA, Brazil
A child of Brazil's Borore nation aims his arrow during bow-and-arrow demonstration in Olinda
A child of Brazil's Borore nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow demonstration at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX427P
November 26, 2007
A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous...
OLINDA, Brazil
An member of Brazil's Pataxo nation aims his arrow during bow-and-arrow competition in Olinda
A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX427N
November 26, 2007
A member of Brazil's Assurini nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous...
OLINDA, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Assurini nation aims his arrow during bow-and-arrow competition in Olinda
A member of Brazil's Assurini nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX427M
November 26, 2007
A member of Brazil's Umitina nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous...
OLINDA, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Umitina nation aims his arrow during bow-and-arrow competition in Olinda
A member of Brazil's Umitina nation aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTX427I
November 26, 2007
Indians of Brazil's Karaja nation demonstrate their typical fight during the Indigenous Nations' Games...
OLINDA, Brazil
Indians of Brazil's Karaja nation demonstrate their typical fight during Indigenous Nations' Games in...
Indians of Brazil's Karaja nation demonstrate their typical fight during the Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 25, 2007. Some 1000 Indians from 40 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 25 to December 1. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTR1GKTK
August 22, 2006
A native from the Mathis tribe takes a shot in the blowgun competition on the second day of the III Traditional...
CONCEICAO DO ARAGUAIA, Brazil
A native from the Mathis tribe takes a shot in the blowgun competition on the second day of the III Traditional...
A native from the Mathis tribe takes a shot in the blowgun competition on the second day of the III Traditional Indian Games of Para State, taking place in Conceicao do Araguaia in the Brazilian Amazon region, August 21, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos
BRAZIL
RTXNPFI
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Ind.....
A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFH
August 15, 2005
A Brazil's indian of Kikrin tribe displays his nation's hair style during the II Indigenous Nations'...
Altamira, Brazil
A Brazil's indian of Kikrin tribe displays his nation's hair style during the II Indigenous Nations'.....
A Brazil's indian of Kikrin tribe displays his nation's hair style during the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFG
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Guarani tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Guarani tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II In.....
A member of Brazil's Guarani tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFF
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Wai-Wai tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Wai-Wai tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Ind.....
A member of Brazil's Wai-Wai tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFE
August 15, 2005
Women from Brazil's Gavioes tribe participate in a relay race, carrying a tree trunk called "toras,"...
Altamira, Brazil
Women from Brazil's Gavioes tribe participate in a relay race, carrying a tree trunk called "toras,".....
Women from Brazil's Gavioes tribe participate in a relay race, carrying a tree trunk called "toras," at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFD
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Gavioes tribe participates in a relay race, carrying tree trunks called "toras,"...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Gavioes tribe participates in a relay race, carrying tree trunks called "toras.....
A member of Brazil's Gavioes tribe participates in a relay race, carrying tree trunks called "toras," at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFC
August 15, 2005
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira,...
Altamira, Brazil
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Alta.....
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFB
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Arara tribe watches the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations'...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Arara tribe watches the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations'.....
A member of Brazil's Arara tribe watches the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPFA
August 15, 2005
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe carry their babies as they watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of...
Altamira, Brazil
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe carry their babies as they watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games o.....
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe carry their babies as they watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNPF9
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe tries to score for his community in the bow-and-arrow...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe tries to score for his community in the bow-and-arro.....
A member of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe tries to score for his community in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL
RTXNP8J
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Xikrin tribe carries a baby during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations'...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Xikrin tribe carries a baby during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Na.....
A member of Brazil's Xikrin tribe carries a baby during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including [tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer] from August 14 to 19, in Altamira.
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN4P
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II ...
A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira. A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN4D
August 15, 2005
Brazilian Indians, from various tribes, prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II...
Altamira, Brazil
Brazilian Indians, from various tribes, prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the ......
Brazilian Indians, from various tribes, prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira. Brazilian Indians from various tribes prepares to compete in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN2U
August 15, 2005
A Brazil's indian of Kikrin tribe displays his nation's hair style during the II Indigenous Nations'...
Altamira, Brazil
A Brazil's indian of Kikrin tribe displays his nation's hair style in Altamira.
A Brazil's indian of Kikrin tribe displays his nation's hair style during the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/LA
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN2L
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Guarani tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous...
Altamira, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Guarani tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition in Altamira.
A member of Brazil's Guarani tribe aims his arrow during the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/LA
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN0V
August 15, 2005
Women from Brazil's Gavioes tribe participate in a relay race carrying a tree trunk called "toras," at...
Altamira, Brazil
Women from Brazil's Gavioes tribe participate in a relay race carrying a tree trunk called "toras," ......
Women from Brazil's Gavioes tribe participate in a relay race carrying a tree trunk called "toras," at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil. Women from Brazil's Gavioes tribe participate in a relay race, carrying a tree trunk called "toras," at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN0G
August 15, 2005
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe carry babies as they watch II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions...
Altamira, Brazil
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe carry babies as they watch II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para ...
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe carry babies as they watch II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil. Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe carry their babies as they watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN08
August 15, 2005
Member of Brazil's Arara tribe watches bow-and-arrow competition at II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para...
Altamira, Brazil
Member of Brazil's Arara tribe watches bow-and-arrow competition at II Indigenous Nations' Games of ......
Member of Brazil's Arara tribe watches bow-and-arrow competition at II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira, north of Brazil. A member of Brazil's Arara tribe watches the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKN01
August 15, 2005
Member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe watches the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira,...
Altamira, Brazil
Member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe watches the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in ...
Member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe watches the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil. A member of Brazil's Kayapo tribe watches the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKMZA
August 15, 2005
A member of Brazil's Gavioes tribe participates in a relay race, carrying tree trunks called "toras,"...
Altamira, Brazil
Member of Brazil's Gavioes tribe participates in a relay race in Altamira, north of Brazil.
A member of Brazil's Gavioes tribe participates in a relay race, carrying tree trunks called "toras," at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/dh
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKMYC
August 15, 2005
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira,...
Altamira, Brazil
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in ...
Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil. Women from Brazil's Xikrin tribe watch the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para competitions in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRKMV7
August 15, 2005
Member of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe participates in bow-and-arrow competition at II Indigenous...
Altamira, Brazil
Member of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe participates in bow-and-arrow competition at II ...
Member of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe participates in bow-and-arrow competition at II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in north of Brazil. A member of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe tries to score for his community in the bow-and-arrow competition at the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 15, 2005. Some 600 indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZIO
August 14, 2005
A Brazilian Indian lights a torch during the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira, north...
Altamira, Brazil
A Brazilian Indian lights a torch during the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para torch in Altamira.
A Brazilian Indian lights a torch during the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/YH
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZII
August 14, 2005
Members of Brazil's Xikrin tribe parade during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games...
Altamira, Brazil
Members of Brazil's Xikrin tribe parade during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' ......
Members of Brazil's Xikrin tribe parade during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira. Members of Brazil's Xikrin tribe parade during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZIE
August 14, 2005
A Xikrin Indian carries a baby during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para...
Altamira, Brazil
A Xikrin Indian carries a baby during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of ......
A Xikrin Indian carries a baby during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira. A member of Brazil's Xikrin tribe carries a baby during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZI9
August 14, 2005
Members of Brazil's Arawete tribe watch the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para,...
Altamira, Brazil
Members of Brazil's Arawete tribe watch the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para....
Members of Brazil's Arawete tribe watch the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/YH
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZI3
August 14, 2005
A leader of Brazil's Wai Wai tribe smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations'...
Altamira, Brazil
A leader of Brazil's Wai Wai tribe smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous ......
A leader of Brazil's Wai Wai tribe smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para in Altamira. A leader of Brazil's Wai Wai tribe (L) smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZHY
August 14, 2005
Members of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe are silhouetted in front of fireworks exploding during...
Altamira, Brazil
Members of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe are silhouetted in front of fireworks in Altamira.
Members of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe are silhouetted in front of fireworks exploding during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/YH
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZHT
August 14, 2005
A Brazilian Indian lights the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para torch in Altamira, north of Brazil,...
Altamira, Brazil
A Brazilian Indian lights the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para torch in Altamira.
A Brazilian Indian lights the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para torch in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/YH
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRYZHN
August 14, 2005
Members of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe shoot arrows during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous...
Altamira, Brazil
Members of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe shoot arrows during the opening ceremony of the II ......
Members of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe shoot arrows during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira. Members of Brazil's Asurini do Tocantins tribe shoot arrows during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19, in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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August 14, 2005
Members of Brazil's Kuruaya tribe watch fireworks explode in the sky during the opening ceremony of the...
Altamira, Brazil
Members of Brazil's Kuruaya tribe watch fireworks explode in the sky in Altamira.
Members of Brazil's Kuruaya tribe watch fireworks explode in the sky during the opening ceremony of the II Indigenous Nations' Games of Para, in Altamira, north of Brazil, August 14, 2005. Some 600 Indians from 18 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from August 14 to 19 in Altamira. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/YH
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November 21, 2004
Members of Brazil's Xikrin nation dance prior to the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations'...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Xikrin indians dance during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
Members of Brazil's Xikrin nation dance prior to the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
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November 21, 2004
Members of Brazil's Xerente's nation line up prior to the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations'...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Xerente indians line up during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
Members of Brazil's Xerente's nation line up prior to the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
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November 21, 2004
A Brazilian indian stands next to the VII Indigenous Nations' Games torch after lighting it, in Porto...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
A Brazilian indian stands next to the VII Indigenous Game torch in Porto Seguro.
A Brazilian indian stands next to the VII Indigenous Nations' Games torch after lighting it, in Porto Seguro, northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
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November 21, 2004
Members of Brazil's Tapirape nation warm up before opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Tapirape indians dance during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
Members of Brazil's Tapirape nation warm up before opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
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November 21, 2004
Members of Brazil's Yawalapiti nation wave to the crowd during the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Yawalapiti indians dance during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
Members of Brazil's Yawalapiti nation wave to the crowd during the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
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November 21, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Pataxo indian smokes pipe during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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November 21, 2004
A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Pataxo indian smokes pipe during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
A member of Brazil's Pataxo nation smokes a pipe prior to the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
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November 21, 2004
Members of Brazil's Pataxo nation line holding torches during the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Pataxo indians line up during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
Members of Brazil's Pataxo nation line holding torches during the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
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November 21, 2004
A members of Brazil's Yawalapiti nation watches fireworks exploding on the sky during the opening ceremony...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Yawalapiti indians watch fire works exploding during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
A members of Brazil's Yawalapiti nation watches fireworks exploding on the sky during the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
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November 21, 2004
Members of Brazil's Asurini nation dance during the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Asurini indians dance during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
Members of Brazil's Asurini nation dance during the opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
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November 02, 2003
A member from Brazil's Kaiwoa nation celebrates after scored for his community in the bow-and-arrow competition...
Palmas, Brazil
A member from Brazil's Kaiwoa nation celebrates after scored for his community in the bow-and-arrow .....
A member from Brazil's Kaiwoa nation celebrates after scored for his community in the bow-and-arrow competition at the 6th Indigenous Nations' Games in Palmas, in northern Brazil, November 2, 2003. Some 1.100 Indians from 45 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 2 to 8, in the northeastern state of Tocantins, near the largest natural wetlands in the world.
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