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BRAZIL-SPORTS/
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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
BELGIUM/
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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/
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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)
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