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BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFQ3
May 09, 2013
A Brazilian police officer stands near Amazon Indian women as Indians from different tribes hold a meeting...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
A Brazilian police officer stands near Amazon Indian women as Indians from different tribes hold a meeting...
A Brazilian police officer stands near Amazon Indian women as Indians from different tribes hold a meeting with a government envoy to discuss a proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFQ1
May 09, 2013
An Amazon Indian helps guard the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site on the...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
An Amazon Indian helps guard the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site on the...
An Amazon Indian helps guard the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site on the seventh day of their occupation of the site in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFPZ
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes guard the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes guard the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction...
Amazon Indians from different tribes guard the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site on the seventh day of their occupation of the site in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFPY
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in the construction office at the dam in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFPX
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in the construction office at the dam in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. The sign on the door reads, "Meeting room. Belo Monte." REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFPW
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting among themselves to discuss a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in the construction office at the dam in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFPV
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity at the Belo Monte dam site...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFPU
May 09, 2013
Indian women hold a banner in front of police, as Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Indian women hold a banner in front of police in front of police at the Belo Monte dam site in Vitoria...
Indian women hold a banner in front of police, as Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting with a government envoy to discuss a proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. The banner reads, "Respect our right." REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFPS
May 09, 2013
An Indian woman cradles her child while holding a banner in front of police, as Amazon Indians from different...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
An Indian woman cradles her child while holding a banner in front of police at the Belo Monte dam site...
An Indian woman cradles her child while holding a banner in front of police, as Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a meeting with a government envoy to discuss a proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFP3
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity at the Belo Monte dam site...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFP1
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes talk with Nilton Tubino (L), an envoy from the Brazilian government,...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes talk with an envoy from the Brazilian government in Vitoria do Xingu...
Amazon Indians from different tribes talk with Nilton Tubino (L), an envoy from the Brazilian government, about their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFOZ
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes talk with Nilton Tubino (R), an envoy from the Brazilian government,...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes talk with an envoy from the Brazilian government in Vitoria do Xingu...
Amazon Indians from different tribes talk with Nilton Tubino (R), an envoy from the Brazilian government, about their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFOX
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes patrol inside the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes patrol inside the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
Amazon Indians from different tribes patrol inside the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam on the seventh day of their occupation of the site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFOW
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity at the Belo Monte dam site...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFOS
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity at the Belo Monte dam site...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFOR
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity at the Belo Monte dam site...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFOP
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity at the Belo Monte dam site...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZFOO
May 09, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity at the Belo Monte dam site...
Amazon Indians from different tribes hold a march to demonstrate their unity before delivering their response to a government proposal to end their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 8, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed for the past seven days the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, and that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The government sent a proposal for a negotiated settlement on the demands of the Indians, who responded that they are open to dialogue but need more time to study the proposal. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZE84
May 07, 2013
Indian leader Jairo Saw speaks to journalists at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Indian leader Jairo Saw speaks to journalists at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in...
Indian leader Jairo Saw speaks to journalists at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, as Amazon Indians from different tribes continued to occupy the site for the fifth day in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 6, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZE81
May 07, 2013
An Amazon Indian woman demonstrates with Amazon Indians from different tribes at the entrance to the...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
An Amazon Indian woman demonstrates at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction...
An Amazon Indian woman demonstrates with Amazon Indians from different tribes at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site as they continued to occupy the site for the fifth day in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 6, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZE7S
May 07, 2013
Brazilian police inspect the items being carried by Amazon Indians as they bring food and supplies to...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Brazilian police inspect the items being carried by Amazon Indians in the entrance to the Belo Monte...
Brazilian police inspect the items being carried by Amazon Indians as they bring food and supplies to members of their tribes who are occupying the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the fifth day in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 6, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZE7P
May 07, 2013
Brazilian police inspect the items being carried by Amazon Indians as they bring food and supplies to...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Brazilian police inspect the items being carried by Amazon Indians in the entrance to the Belo Monte...
Brazilian police inspect the items being carried by Amazon Indians as they bring food and supplies to members of their tribes who are occupying the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the fifth day in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 6, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZE7I
May 07, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes demonstrate at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes demonstrate in the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam...
Amazon Indians from different tribes demonstrate at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site as they continued to occupy the site for the fifth day in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 6, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The banner reads, "We are decided. Not even the Tapajos complex." Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZCQ4
May 06, 2013
Brazilian Congressman Padre Ton (2nd L, striped shirt), president of the Congressional Front for Indigenous...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Brazilian Congressman Padre Ton manages to get police to allow him inside the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
Brazilian Congressman Padre Ton (2nd L, striped shirt), president of the Congressional Front for Indigenous Peoples, is escorted by Amazon Indians from different tribes as he manages to get police to allow him inside the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site where the Indians are occupying the site in protest, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 5, 2012. Amazon Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed, for the past three days, the construction of the dam that is projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Police expelled journalists from the site on Saturday. Picture taken May 5, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZCQ1
May 06, 2013
Amazon Indians talk to police at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site,...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians talk to police at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site
Amazon Indians talk to police at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, as they continued their occupation of the area in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 5, 2013. Amazon Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed, for the past three days, the construction of the dam that is projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Police expelled journalists from the site on Saturday. Picture taken May 5, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZCPY
May 06, 2013
Amazon Indians stand near police at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site,...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians stand near police at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site...
Amazon Indians stand near police at the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, as they continued their occupation of the area in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 5, 2013. Amazon Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed, for the past three days, the construction of the dam that is projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Police expelled journalists from the site on Saturday. Picture taken May 5, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZCPV
May 06, 2013
Munduruku Indian warriors patrol the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site,...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Munduruku Indian warriors patrol the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site
Munduruku Indian warriors patrol the entrance to the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 5, 2013. Amazon Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed, for the past three days, the construction of the dam that is projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Police expelled journalists from the site on Saturday. Picture taken May 5, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZCPT
May 06, 2013
A Munduruku Indian named Paygomuyatpu takes photos with a camera left for him to use by a journalist...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
A Munduruku Indian named Paygomuyatpu takes photos with a camera at the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam...
A Munduruku Indian named Paygomuyatpu takes photos with a camera left for him to use by a journalist who was expelled from the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 5, 2013. Amazon Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed, for the past three days, the construction of the dam that is projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Police expelled journalists from the site on Saturday. Picture taken May 5, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZATI
May 05, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes gather to show their unity as they continue their occupation of...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site in Vitoria...
Amazon Indians from different tribes gather to show their unity as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZATG
May 05, 2013
Amazon Indians speak to government envoy Avelino Ganzer (R) as a group of more than 200 Indians continued...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians speak to government envoy as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
Amazon Indians speak to government envoy Avelino Ganzer (R) as a group of more than 200 Indians continued their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZASM
May 05, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes gather to show their unity as they continue their occupation of...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes gather to show their unity as they continue their occupation of...
Amazon Indians from different tribes gather to show their unity as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZASH
May 05, 2013
An Amazon Indian (L) speaks to government envoy Avelino Ganzer (C, pink shirt) and riot police through...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indian speaks to government envoy as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
An Amazon Indian (L) speaks to government envoy Avelino Ganzer (C, pink shirt) and riot police through a megaphone, as a group of more than 200 Indians continued their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZILEMPLOYMENT - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZASC
May 04, 2013
Amazon Indians ride on the back of a pickup truck as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians ride on back of pickup truck as they continue their occupation of Belo Monte hydroelectric...
Amazon Indians ride on the back of a pickup truck as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZASA
May 04, 2013
Amazon Indians ride in the back of a pickup truck as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians ride in back of pickup truck as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
Amazon Indians ride in the back of a pickup truck as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZAS6
May 04, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes perform a dance to show their unity as they continue their occupation...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes perform dance to show their unity as they continue their occupation...
Amazon Indians from different tribes perform a dance to show their unity as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZAS4
May 04, 2013
Amazon Indians from different tribes perform a dance to show their unity as they continue their occupation...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from different tribes perform dance to show their unity as they continue their occupation...
Amazon Indians from different tribes perform a dance to show their unity as they continue their occupation of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam construction site for the second day, in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production. They are demanding that the Brazilian government hold prior consultations with indigenous peoples before building dams that affect their lands and livelihoods, an issue that has sparked years of protests against the Belo Monte dam. Picture taken May 3, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9M0
May 04, 2013
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project watch as a group of...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Workers employed in construction of Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project watch as group of Amazon Indians,...
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project watch as a group of Amazon Indians, who are occupying for the second day the main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, patrol the site in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. On the second day, the Indians received the support of many of the construction laborers. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9LW
May 04, 2013
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project cheer for, and take...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Workers employed in construction of Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project cheer for, and take photos with...
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project cheer for, and take photos with a group of Amazon Indians, who are occupying for the second day the main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. On the second day of the protest, the Indians received the support of many of the construction laborers. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9LQ
May 04, 2013
Workers (L) employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project take pictures of...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Workers employed in construction of Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project take pictures of group of Amazon...
Workers (L) employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project take pictures of a group of Amazon Indians, who are occupying for the second day the main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. On the second day, the Indians received the support of many of the construction laborers. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9LO
May 04, 2013
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project take pictures of a group...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Workers employed in construction of Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project take pictures of group of Amazon...
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project take pictures of a group of Amazon Indians, who are occupying for the second day the main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. On the second day, the Indians received the support of many of the construction laborers. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9LM
May 04, 2013
Amazon Indians patrol in a pickup truck the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians patrol in a pickup truck the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam...
Amazon Indians patrol in a pickup truck the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as they occupy it for the second day in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9LF
May 04, 2013
Amazon Indians walk around the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians walk around the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as...
Amazon Indians walk around the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as they occupy it for the second day in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9LB
May 04, 2013
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project cheer a group of Amazon...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project cheer a group of Amazon...
Workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project cheer a group of Amazon Indians (R), who are occupying for the second day the project's main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. On the second day of protests, the Indians received the support of many of the construction laborers. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-DAMS/PROTEST
RTXZ9L5
May 04, 2013
Amazon Indians halt a vehicle carrying workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians halt a vehicle carrying workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric...
Amazon Indians halt a vehicle carrying workers employed in the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as they occupy for the second day the project's main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 3, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana and Arara tribes have paralyzed the construction of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ85E
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins argue with Luis Antonio (C), one...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from argue with one of the supervisors of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project in...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins argue with Luis Antonio (C), one of the supervisors of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as they invade the main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ83C
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. The shirt reads, "Proud to be Indian." REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ83A
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. The shirt reads, "Proud to be Indian." REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ839
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. The shirt reads, "Proud to be Indian." REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ837
May 02, 2013
An Amazon Indian stands outside a fence where riot police protect workers of the construction site of...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
An Amazon Indian stands outside a fence where riot police protect workers of the construction site of...
An Amazon Indian stands outside a fence where riot police protect workers of the construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam, as dozens of Indians invaded the site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ836
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the main construction site...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ834
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ832
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins face a riot police officer as they invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ82Y
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the main construction site...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ82W
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins argue with Luis Antonio (C), one...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from argue with one of the supervisors of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project in...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins argue with Luis Antonio (C), one of the supervisors of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as they invade the main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ82Q
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins argue with Luis Antonio (C), one...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from argue with one of the supervisors of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project in...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins argue with Luis Antonio (C), one of the supervisors of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam project, as they invade the main construction site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ82D
May 02, 2013
An Amazon Indian invades the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
An Amazon Indian invades the Belo Monte dam project in Vitoria do Xingu
An Amazon Indian invades the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. The sign indicates which direction to different parts of the site, with the main offices to the right. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ824
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the main construction site...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the Belo Monte dam project...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ821
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins are met by a riot police officer...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins are met by a riot police officer...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins are met by a riot police officer as they invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL/
RTXZ81X
May 02, 2013
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins oblige a truck driver to abandon...
VITORIA DO XINGU, Brazil
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins oblige a truck driver to abandon...
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins oblige a truck driver to abandon his vehicle as they invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam's construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State, May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world's third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL
RTR1GJUY
August 21, 2006
A native from the Parakana tribe holds his bow and arrow before competing at the III Traditional Indian...
CONCEICAO DO ARAGUAIA, Brazil
A native from the Parakana tribe holds his bow and arrow before competing at the III Traditional Indian...
A native from the Parakana tribe holds his bow and arrow before competing at the III Traditional Indian Games of Para State, taking place in Conceicao do Araguaia in the Brazilian Amazon region, August 20, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos-Interfoto
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