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October 01, 2013
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa (L) is joined by Secoya Indians as he walks at the Playas de Cuyabeno...
Cuyabeno, Ecuador
Rafael Correa is joined by Secoya Indians as he walks at the Playas de Cuyabeno community, a project...
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa (L) is joined by Secoya Indians as he walks at the Playas de Cuyabeno community, a project of the Ecuadorean government, during its inauguration in Cuyabeno October 1, 2013. Correa visited the first "Millennium Community", homes created from oil drilling profits for Indians living around oil fields, on Tuesday. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
ECUADOR/
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October 01, 2013
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa (L) walks with Secoya Indians on Playas de Cuyabeno street, a project...
Cuyabeno, Ecuador
Ecuador's President Correa walks with Secoya Indians on Playas de Cuyabeno street
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa (L) walks with Secoya Indians on Playas de Cuyabeno street, a project of the Ecuadorean government, during its inauguration in Cuyabeno October 1, 2013. Correa visited the first "Millennium Community", homes created from oil drilling profits for Indians living around oil fields, on Tuesday. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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April 25, 2007
Humberto Piaguaje (R), leader of the indigenous Secoya nation of Ecuador, emerges from Chevron's annual...
San Ramon, UNITED STATES
Ecuadorian tribal leader Humberto Piaguaje emerges from oil company shareholder meeting in California...
Humberto Piaguaje (R), leader of the indigenous Secoya nation of Ecuador, emerges from Chevron's annual shareholder meeting in San Ramon, California, April 25, 2007. Demonstrators outside the meeting protested on behalf of Indians in Ecuador who accuse Chevron's Texaco subsidiary of dumping oil-laden water into the environment in Ecuador from 1972 to 1992. Texaco merged with Chevron in 2001 and the company denies any wrongdoing. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
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April 25, 2007
Humberto Piaguaje (R), leader of the indigenous Secoya nation of Ecuador, joins demonstrators outside...
San Ramon, UNITED STATES
Humberto Piaguaje, leader of the indigenous Secoya nation of Ecuador, joins demonstrators outside the...
Humberto Piaguaje (R), leader of the indigenous Secoya nation of Ecuador, joins demonstrators outside the venue of Chevron's annual shareholder meeting in San Ramon, California April 25, 2007. The demonstrators were protesting on behalf of Indians in Ecuador who accuse Chevron's Texaco subsidiary of dumping 18 billion gallons of oil-laden water into the environment in Ecuador from 1972 to 1992. Texaco merged with Chevron in 2001 and the company denies any wrongdoing. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
ECUADOR CHEVRON TEXACO LAWSUIT
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August 18, 2004
Secoya Indian Andres Payaguaje rests as attorneys and judge exchange speeches during the case they brought...
Joya De Los Sachas, Ecuador
Secoya Indian Andres Payaguaje rests in Joya de los Sachas.
Secoya Indian Andres Payaguaje rests as attorneys and judge exchange speeches during the case they brought against Chevron Texaco for environmental pollution in Joya de los Sachas Ecuador, August 18, 2004. The hearing comes before the first site inspection as part of a lawsuit brought against the company by Amazon jungle Indians and dwellers who say its oil operations polluted the environment. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG
PERU ECUADOR
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January 19, 1999
Cesario Piahuaje (L), a native witch doctor, accompanied by a group of Ecuadorean native leaders of the...
Lagartococha, Peru
ECUADOREAN SECOYA NATIVE STAND BY BOUNDARY POST ON FRONTIER.
Cesario Piahuaje (L), a native witch doctor, accompanied by a group of Ecuadorean native leaders of the Secoyas in the jungle, stands by the boundary post along the Peruvian and Ecuadorean border in the zone of Lagartococha in the Amazon, January 18. Sporadic border conflicts between Peru and Ecuador separated the native community on both sides of the frontier for 50 years. Following a peace accord between the two countries signed last year the community now wants to return to the land of its ancestors.

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