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BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/INDIGENOUS
RTS8TE5P 
June 12, 2022 
Members of local indigenous group Univaja are pictured in Itacoai river as they help in the search of... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Brazil indigenous defender, sidelined by government, gave life for "abandoned" tribes 
Members of local indigenous group Univaja are pictured in Itacoai river as they help in the search of the British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 12, 2022. Picture taken June 12, 2022. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/INDIGENOUS
RTS8TE42 
June 12, 2022 
Members of local indigenous group Univaja are pictured on the banks of Itacoai river where they camp... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Brazil indigenous defender, sidelined by government, gave life for "abandoned" tribes 
Members of local indigenous group Univaja are pictured on the banks of Itacoai river where they camp as they help on the search of the British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 12, 2022. Picture taken June 12, 2022. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/
RTS8KWTM 
June 10, 2022 
Military rescue team fly over of Itacoai River during the search operation for British journalist Dom... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Search operation for British journalist missing in Amazon jungle 
Military rescue team fly over of Itacoai River during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest near the border with Peru, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 10, 2022. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/
RTS8KWBE 
June 10, 2022 
General view of Itacoai River during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Search operation for British journalist missing in Amazon jungle 
General view of Itacoai River during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest near the border with Peru, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 10, 2022.REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/
RTS8KW8A 
June 10, 2022 
General view of Itacoai River during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Search operation for British journalist missing in Amazon jungle 
General view of Itacoai River during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest near the border with Peru, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 10, 2022. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/
RTS8KKD1 
June 10, 2022 
People stand by the Javari River, during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Search operation for missing British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, in... 
People stand by the Javari River, during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest near the border with Peru, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 10, 2022. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/
RTS8KJZU 
June 10, 2022 
A navy boat is pictured in the Javari River, during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Search operation for missing British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, in... 
A navy boat is pictured in the Javari River, during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest near the border with Peru, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 10, 2022. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-JOURNALIST/
RTS8KJYE 
June 10, 2022 
A general view of the Javari River during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and... 
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil 
Search operation for missing British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, in... 
A general view of the Javari River during the search operation for British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who went missing while reporting in a remote and lawless part of the Amazon rainforest, near the border with Peru, in Atalaia do Norte, Amazonas state, Brazil, June 10, 2022. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
PERU-ENVIRONMENT/OIL
RTS6OV45 
March 30, 2022 
Aerial view of the hamlet Nuevo Andoas along the Pastaza River near Block 192, a dormant Amazon oil field... 
NUEVO ANDOAS, Peru 
Global crude crunch stirs hopes of oil reboot in Peru's Amazon 
Aerial view of the hamlet Nuevo Andoas along the Pastaza River near Block 192, a dormant Amazon oil field with a history of environmental spills that Peru is looking to reboot amid soaring global crude prices linked to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Nuevo Andoas, Peru February 21, 2022. Picture taken February 21, 2022. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque 
ECUADOR-INDIGENOUS/MINING
RTS6C1O2 
March 15, 2022 
Jose Gregorio Diaz Mirabal, of the Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon River Basin... 
PUYO, Ecuador 
Indigenous communities meet to demand end to extractive industries, in Ecuador 
Jose Gregorio Diaz Mirabal, of the Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon River Basin (COICA), attends a celebration with other leaders from the Amazon basin during a meeting in which they demanded South American governments halt extractive industries that damage the rainforest, in Puyo, Ecuador March 15, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDW 
March 05, 2022 
Shairo Umenda and Simeon Umenda, children of the A'i Cofan community, play in a house near the banks... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Shairo Umenda and Simeon Umenda, children of the A'i Cofan community, play in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDV 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard make plans after patrolling the banks of the Aguarico River... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard make plans after patrolling the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDU 
March 05, 2022 
A child of the A'i Cofan community plays in a canoe on the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon,... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
A child of the A'i Cofan community plays in a canoe on the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDT 
March 05, 2022 
Simeon Umenda, a child of the A'i Cofan community, plays in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Simeon Umenda, a child of the A'i Cofan community, plays in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDS 
March 05, 2022 
Celia Quenama and Anita Lucitante, members of the A'i Cofan community guard, talk while preparing food... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Celia Quenama and Anita Lucitante, members of the A'i Cofan community guard, talk while preparing food at the guard's house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDR 
March 05, 2022 
A woman of the A'i Cofan community prepares chicken for a communal meal near the banks of the Aguarico... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
A woman of the A'i Cofan community prepares chicken for a communal meal near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDQ 
March 05, 2022 
Ariana Andy of the A'i Cofan community, washes clothes near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Ariana Andy of the A'i Cofan community, washes clothes near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDP 
March 05, 2022 
Women of the A'i Cofan community water plants in a garden near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Women of the A'i Cofan community water plants in a garden near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDO 
March 05, 2022 
Ariana Andy applies face paint to Anita Lucitante, both members of the A'i Cofan community, in a house... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Ariana Andy applies face paint to Anita Lucitante, both members of the A'i Cofan community, in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDN 
March 05, 2022 
A member of the A'i Cofan community guard cooks fish wrapped in banana leaves near the banks of the Aguarico... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
A member of the A'i Cofan community guard cooks fish wrapped in banana leaves near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDM 
March 05, 2022 
Ariana Andy and Anita Lucitante, members of the A'i Cofan community, talk in a house near the banks of... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Ariana Andy and Anita Lucitante, members of the A'i Cofan community, talk in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDL 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard gather after patrolling the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard gather after patrolling the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDK 
March 05, 2022 
Celia Quenama, a member of the A'i Cofan community guard, prepares food at the guard's house after a... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Celia Quenama, a member of the A'i Cofan community guard, prepares food at the guard's house after a patrol along the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDH 
March 05, 2022 
A member of the A'i Cofan community holds yuca gathered near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
A member of the A'i Cofan community holds yuca gathered near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDG 
March 05, 2022 
Shairo Umenda and Simeon Umenda, children of the A'i Cofan community, play with a wheelbarrow near the... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Shairo Umenda and Simeon Umenda, children of the A'i Cofan community, play with a wheelbarrow near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDE 
March 05, 2022 
Celia Quenama, a member of the A'i Cofan community guard, rides with her son at the beginning of a patrol... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Celia Quenama, a member of the A'i Cofan community guard, rides with her son at the beginning of a patrol of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDD 
March 05, 2022 
Ariana Andy and her niece Aitana, both of the A'i Cofan community, talk in a house near the banks of... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Ariana Andy and her niece Aitana, both of the A'i Cofan community, talk in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRDA 
March 05, 2022 
Anita Lucitante, a member of the A'i Cofan community guard, holds her parrot after patrolling the banks... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Anita Lucitante, a member of the A'i Cofan community guard, holds her parrot after patrolling the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRCV 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard rest in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard rest in a house near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRCQ 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard, including Celia Quenama and Anita Lucitante, pose for a photo... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard, including Celia Quenama and Anita Lucitante, pose for a photo after patrolling the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRBR 
March 05, 2022 
Children of the A'i Cofan community play near canoes along the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Children of the A'i Cofan community play near canoes along the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRBN 
March 05, 2022 
Women of the A'i Cofan community prepare a communal meal near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Women of the A'i Cofan community prepare a communal meal near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRA0 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon,... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PRA1 
March 05, 2022 
A member of the A'i Cofan community guard walks across the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
A member of the A'i Cofan community guard walks across the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PR9U 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon,... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PR9Z 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PR9X 
March 05, 2022 
Aerial view of A'i Cofan community structures along the banks of Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon,... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Aerial view of A'i Cofan community structures along the banks of Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PR9Y 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community walk to harvest yuca plants near the banks of the Aguarico River in... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community walk to harvest yuca plants near the banks of the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PR9V 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-MINING/INDIGENOUS
RTS6PR9W 
March 05, 2022 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
With court's backing, Ecuador's indigenous patrol Aguarico river to block Amazon mining 
Members of the A'i Cofan community guard patrol the Aguarico River in Ecuador's Amazon, where indigenous groups were granted power to block mining projects after a ruling by the country's Constitutional Court, in Sinangoe, Ecuador March 5, 2022. Picture taken March 5, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
PERU-ENVIRONMENT/OIL
RTS6OV6Y 
February 22, 2022 
Men unload gas canisters on the Pastaza River near Block 192, a dormant Amazon oil field with a history... 
NUEVO ANDOAS, Peru 
Global crude crunch stirs hopes of oil reboot in Peru's Amazon 
Men unload gas canisters on the Pastaza River near Block 192, a dormant Amazon oil field with a history of environmental spills where Peru is looking to reboot production amid soaring global crude prices linked to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Nuevo Andoas, Peru February 22, 2022. Picture taken February 22, 2022. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque 
PERU-ENVIRONMENT/OIL
RTS6OV77 
February 21, 2022 
A dog stands beside unused boats in the Pastaza River near Block 192, a dormant Amazon oil field with... 
NUEVO ANDOAS, Peru 
Global crude crunch stirs hopes of oil reboot in Peru's Amazon 
A dog stands beside unused boats in the Pastaza River near Block 192, a dormant Amazon oil field with a history of environmental spills where Peru is looking to reboot production amid soaring global crude prices linked to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Nuevo Andoas, Peru February 21, 2022. Picture taken February 21, 2022. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKO3 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKMK 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKML 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKGM 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKGL 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKGH 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river 
An aerial view shows dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river in Autazes, Amazonas state, November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKGK 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKDU 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIKDP 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/MINING
RTXKIJY0 
November 23, 2021 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold... 
AUTAZES, Brazil 
Gold rush draws hundreds of dredging rafts on the Madeira river in Autazes 
An aerial view shows hundreds of dredging rafts operated by illegal miners who have gathered in a gold rush on the Madeira, a major tributary of the Amazon river, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil November 23, 2021. Picture taken November 23, 2021. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly 
ECUADOR-INDIGENOUS/
RTXK3JX2 
November 14, 2021 
A member of the A'i Cofan people's guard rides in a canoe on the Aguarico river before the arrival of... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
Indigenous Ecuadoreans to speak at Constitutional Court hearing on mining and oil exploration in Sinango... 
A member of the A'i Cofan people's guard rides in a canoe on the Aguarico river before the arrival of constitutional judges who are travelling to the heart of the Amazon to hear the country’s native groups defend their right to oppose mining projects in their territories, at the A'i Cofan community, in Sinangoe, Ecuador, November 14, 2021. Picture taken November 14, 2021. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
ECUADOR-INDIGENOUS/
RTXK3JX7 
November 14, 2021 
Children from the A'i Cofan community play in the Aguarico river before the arrival of constitutional... 
SINANGOE, Ecuador 
Indigenous Ecuadoreans to speak at Constitutional Court hearing on mining and oil exploration in Sinango... 
Children from the A'i Cofan community play in the Aguarico river before the arrival of constitutional judges who are travelling to the heart of the Amazon to hear the country’s native groups defend their right to oppose mining projects in their territories, at the A'i Cofan community, in Sinangoe, Ecuador, November 14, 2021. Picture taken November 14, 2021. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PERU-INDIGENOUS
RTXJE9UR 
October 15, 2021 
Women take care of children underneath a building on stilts during an outreach by healthcare workers... 
NUEVA UNION, Peru 
In Peru's Amazon, 'forgotten' tribes find out about Covid as vaccines arrive 
Women take care of children underneath a building on stilts during an outreach by healthcare workers who traveled by river into the Amazon rainforest to educate people from the indigenous Urarina community about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and offer medical care, in Nueva Union, Peru October 15, 2021. Picture taken October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PERU-INDIGENOUS
RTXJE9UN 
October 13, 2021 
Doctor Neuson Juran Apaza examines a girl during an outreach by healthcare workers who traveled by river... 
MANGUAL, Peru 
In Peru's Amazon, 'forgotten' tribes find out about Covid as vaccines arrive 
Doctor Neuson Juran Apaza examines a girl during an outreach by healthcare workers who traveled by river into the Amazon rainforest to educate people from the indigenous Urarina community about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and offer medical care, in Mangual, Peru October 13, 2021. Picture taken October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PERU-INDIGENOUS
RTXJE9US 
October 13, 2021 
A woman is administered a vaccine for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during an outreach by healthcare... 
SANTA HERMOSA, Peru 
In Peru's Amazon, 'forgotten' tribes find out about Covid as vaccines arrive 
A woman is administered a vaccine for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during an outreach by healthcare workers who traveled by river into the Amazon rainforest to educate people from the indigenous Urarina community about the disease and offer medical care, in Santa Hermosa, Peru October 13, 2021. Picture taken October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PERU-INDIGENOUS
RTXJE9UT 
October 12, 2021 
People are seen on a small boat during an outreach by healthcare workers who traveled by river into the... 
SANTA HERMOSA, Peru 
In Peru's Amazon, 'forgotten' tribes find out about Covid as vaccines arrive 
People are seen on a small boat during an outreach by healthcare workers who traveled by river into the Amazon rainforest to educate people from the indigenous Urarina community about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and administer vaccinations, in Santa Hermosa, Peru October 12, 2021. Picture taken October 12, 2021. REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PERU-INDIGENOUS
RTXJE9UO 
October 12, 2021 
Community leader Gilberto Inuma, with personnel from the Peruvian Red Cross, speaks to schoolchildren... 
COPAL, Peru 
In Peru's Amazon, 'forgotten' tribes find out about Covid as vaccines arrive 
Community leader Gilberto Inuma, with personnel from the Peruvian Red Cross, speaks to schoolchildren during an outreach by healthcare workers who traveled by river into the Amazon rainforest to educate people from the indigenous Urarina community about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and offer medical care, in Copal, Peru October 12, 2021. Picture taken October 12, 2021. REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PERU-INDIGENOUS
RTXJE9UG 
October 12, 2021 
People on a small boat ask for gasoline from a group of healthcare workers who traveled by river into... 
San Marcos, Peru 
In Peru's Amazon, 'forgotten' tribes find out about Covid as vaccines arrive 
People on a small boat ask for gasoline from a group of healthcare workers who traveled by river into the Amazon rainforest to educate people from the indigenous Urarina community about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and offer medical care, near San Marcos, Peru October 12, 2021. Picture taken October 12, 2021. REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda 
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