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BRAZIL-INDIGENOUS/
RTS2YEMC
January 15, 2020
Indigenous people of Tapirape tribe, perform a greeting dance during a four-day pow wow in Piaracu village,...
SAO JOSE DO XINGU, Brazil
Indigenous people of xTapirape tribe, perform a greeting dance during a four-day pow wow in Piaracu village,...
Indigenous people of Tapirape tribe, perform a greeting dance during a four-day pow wow in Piaracu village, in Xingu Indigenous Park, near Sao Jose do Xingu, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-INDIGENOUS/
RTS2YEKH
January 15, 2020
Indigenous people of Tapirape tribe, perform a greeting dance during a four-day pow wow in Piaracu village,...
SAO JOSE DO XINGU, Brazil
Indigenous people of xTapirape tribe, perform a greeting dance during a four-day pow wow in Piaracu village,...
Indigenous people of Tapirape tribe, perform a greeting dance during a four-day pow wow in Piaracu village, in Xingu Indigenous Park, near Sao Jose do Xingu, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-INDIGENOUS/WORLD GAMES
RTX1U74O
November 01, 2015
Indigenous people from the Tapirape tribe are seen during the closing ceremony of the first World Games...
Palmas, Brazil
Indigenous people from the Tapirape tribe are seen during the closing ceremony of the first World Games...
Indigenous people from the Tapirape tribe are seen during the closing ceremony of the first World Games for Indigenous Peoples in Palmas, Brazil, October 31, 2015. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL/
RTX4611
November 29, 2007
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe poses for a photograph during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in...
OLINDA, Brazil
Native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe poses for a photograph during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda...
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe poses for a photograph during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, northeastern Brazil, November 28, 2007. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX45KV
November 28, 2007
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe has her face painted during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda,...
OLINDA, Brazil
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe has her face painted during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda...
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe has her face painted during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 28, 2007. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX45KS
November 28, 2007
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe has his body painted during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda,...
OLINDA, Brazil
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe has his body painted during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda...
A native of Brazil's Tapirape tribe has his body painted during the IX Indigenous Nations' Games in Olinda, north-eastern Brazil November 28, 2007. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL
RTXN2VF
December 03, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV04 - Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint before their group dancing...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV04 - Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint before their group d.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV04 - Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint before their group dancing presentation, at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004.
BRAZIL
RTXN2VA
December 03, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 22NOV04 - A Tapirape indian child sits next to his nation's crafts during VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
- PHOTO TAKEN 22NOV04 - A Tapirape indian child sits next to his nation's crafts during VII Indigeno.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 22NOV04 - A Tapirape indian child sits next to his nation's crafts during VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil, November 22, 2004.
BRAZIL
RTXN2V8
December 03, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 23NOV04 - A portrait of a boy from Brazil's Tapirape during VII Indigenous Nations' Games...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
- PHOTO TAKEN 23NOV04 - A portrait of a boy from Brazil's Tapirape during VII Indigenous Nations' Ga.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 23NOV04 - A portrait of a boy from Brazil's Tapirape during VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil, November 23, 2004.
PXP08D
RTRZO1C
November 27, 2004
A portrait of a member of Brazil's Tapirape nation during VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro,...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape Indian poses during at Indigenous games in Porto Seguro in Brazil.
A portrait of a member of Brazil's Tapirape nation during VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil, November 27, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/CRB
BRAZIL
RTXN25X
November 26, 2004
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape nation demonstrate their typical fight during the VII Indigenous Nations'...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape nation demonstrate their typical fight during the VII Indigenous Na.....
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape nation demonstrate their typical fight during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 26, 2004.
BRAZIL
RTXN25W
November 26, 2004
Brazilian Indians from the Tapirape nation present their dance during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games,...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Indians from the Tapirape nation present their dance during the VII Indigenous Nations' Ga.....
Brazilian Indians from the Tapirape nation present their dance during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 26, 2004. The VII Indigenous Games run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia.
PXP09D
RTRZNWQ
November 26, 2004
A woman of the Brazil's Tapirape nation prepares to demonstrate the bow and arrow to members of the media...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Woman Tapirape Indian practices bow and arrow during Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro.
A woman of the Brazil's Tapirape nation prepares to demonstrate the bow and arrow to members of the media during practice at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 26, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/CRB
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZGAK
November 26, 2004
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape nation demonstrate their typical fight during the VII Indigenous Nations'...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape Indians during Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro.
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape nation demonstrate their typical fight during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 26, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZGAE
November 26, 2004
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape nation demonstrate their typical fight during the VII Indigenous Nations'...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape Indians during Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro.
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape nation demonstrate their typical fight during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 26, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZGA2
November 26, 2004
Brazilian Indians from the Tapirape nation present their dance during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games,...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape Indians during Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro.
Brazilian Indians from the Tapirape nation present their dance during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 26, 2004. The VII Indigenous Games run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL
RTXN1XO
November 25, 2004
Silhouettes of Brazil's the Tapirape nation Indians are seen at the sunset during the VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Silhouettes of Brazil's the Tapirape nation Indians are seen at the sunset during the VII Indigenous.....
Silhouettes of Brazil's the Tapirape nation Indians are seen at the sunset during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 25, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia.
BRAZIL
RTXN1XM
November 25, 2004
A member of Brazil's Tapirape nation photographs his group during the Canoe competitions at the VII...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
A member of Brazil's Tapirape nation photographs his group during the Canoe competitions at the VII.....
A member of Brazil's Tapirape nation photographs his group during the Canoe competitions at the VII Indigenous Games, at Coroa Vermelha beach in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 25, 2004. Coroa Vermelha was the location where Portuguese explorer Pedro Alvares Cabral first dropped anchor in what would become Brazil, in 1500. The VII Indigenous Games run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia
POY
RTR103M5
November 25, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 A member of Brazil's Tapirape nation photographs his group during the Canoe...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Indians from Tapirape nation during Indigenous Games in Porto Seguro.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 A member of Brazil's Tapirape nation photographs his group during the Canoe competitions at the VII Indigenous Games, at Coroa Vermelha beach in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 25, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZFGU
November 25, 2004
Silhouettes of Brazil's the Tapirape nation Indians are seen at the sunset during the VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Shillouette of Brazilian Indians from Tapirape nation in Porto Seguro.
Silhouettes of Brazil's the Tapirape nation Indians are seen at the sunset during the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 25, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
PW
RTRZFFO
November 25, 2004
An Indian from Tapirape nation during tug of war competition at Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro....
Porto Seguro, Brazil
An Indian from Tapirape nation during tug of war competition at Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto ......
An Indian from Tapirape nation during tug of war competition at Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro. A Brazilian Indian from the Tapirape nation participates in a tug-of-war competition at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 25, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, will run through November 27 in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker REUTERS
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZFF2
November 25, 2004
Brazilian Indians from Tapirape nation participate in a tug-of-war competition at the VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Indians from Tapirape nation during tug of war competition at Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro....
Brazilian Indians from Tapirape nation participate in a tug-of-war competition at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games, in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 25, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZETL
November 25, 2004
A member of Brazil's Tapirape nation photographs his group during the Canoe competitions at the VII Indigenous...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Indians from Tapirape nation during Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro.
A member of Brazil's Tapirape nation photographs his group during the Canoe competitions at the VII Indigenous Games, at Coroa Vermelha beach in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 25, 2004. Coroa Vermelha was the location where Portuguese explorer Pedro Alvares Cabral first dropped anchor in what would become Brazil, in 1500. The VII Indigenous Games run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL
RTXN1ZY
November 24, 2004
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint prior to their group dancing presentation, at...
PORTI SEGURO, Brazil
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint prior to their group dancing presentation, a.....
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint prior to their group dancing presentation, at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, which were postponed due torrential rains, restarted today and will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia.
BRAZIL
RTXN1ZX
November 24, 2004
Women of the Brazil's Tapirape nation paint each other prior to their group dancing presentation at the...
PORTI SEGURO, Brazil
Women of the Brazil's Tapirape nation paint each other prior to their group dancing presentation at .....
Women of the Brazil's Tapirape nation paint each other prior to their group dancing presentation at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, which was postponed due torrential rains, restarted today and will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia.
POY
RTR103MI
November 24, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint prior to their group...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape indians apply paint during the Indigenous Nations Games in Brazil.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint prior to their group dancing presentation, at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
PXP13D
RTRZNYC
November 24, 2004
Women of Brazil's Tapirape nation apply decorative paint before their group dancing presentation, at...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape indians apply paint during the Indigenous Nations Games in Brazil.
Women of Brazil's Tapirape nation apply decorative paint before their group dancing presentation, at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/CRB
PXP12D
RTRZNXW
November 24, 2004
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint before their group dancing presentation, at the...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape indians apply paint during the Indigenous Nations Games in Brazil.
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint before their group dancing presentation, at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/CRB
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZE7G
November 24, 2004
A Brazilian Indian from Tapirape nation tries to score for his community in the bow-and-arrow competition...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape Indian bow and arrow competition at Brazilian Indigenous in Brazil in Porto Seguro.
A Brazilian Indian from Tapirape nation tries to score for his community in the bow-and-arrow competition at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, which was postponed due torrential rains, restarted today and will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRGN4Y
November 24, 2004
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint prior to their group dancing presentation, at...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape indians apply paint during the Indigenous Nations Games in Brazil.
Members of the Brazil's Tapirape apply decorative paint prior to their group dancing presentation, at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, which were postponed due torrential rains, restarted today and will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/GN
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRGN4A
November 24, 2004
Women of the Brazil's Tapirape nation paint each other prior to their group dancing presentation at the...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Indians from Tapirape nation are painted during the Indigenous Games in Brazil in Porto Seguro....
Women of the Brazil's Tapirape nation paint each other prior to their group dancing presentation at the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, northeastern Brazil, November 24, 2004. The VII Indigenous Nations' Games, which was postponed due torrential rains, restarted today and will run through November 27, in the coastal Brazilian state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
PXP01D
RTR15COK
November 23, 2004
A portrait of a boy from Brazil's Tapirape iduring VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape Indian child poses during at Indigenous games in Porto Seguro in Brazil.
A portrait of a boy from Brazil's Tapirape iduring VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil, November 23, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/CRB
PXP03D
RTRZO0T
November 22, 2004
A Tapirape indian child sits next to his nation's crafts during VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Tapirape Indian child during at Indigenous Games in Porto Seguro in Brazil.
A Tapirape indian child sits next to his nation's crafts during VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil, November 22, 2004. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/CRB
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRZBF2
November 21, 2004
Members of Brazil's Tapirape nation warm up before opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games...
Porto Seguro, Brazil
Brazilian Tapirape indians dance during VII Indigenous Game in Porto Seguro.
Members of Brazil's Tapirape nation warm up before opening ceremony of the VII Indigenous Nations' Games in Porto Seguro, in northreastern Brazil, November 21, 2004. Some 1,100 indians from 42 ethnic groups will compete in sporting events including tug-of-war, spear throwing, blowgun and soccer from November 21 to 27, in the coastal state of Bahia. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
PEOPLE INDIANS BRAZIL
RTRB1WC
September 17, 2004
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil John Danilovich (R) receives an indigenous necklace from representatives of...
Brasilia, Brazil
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Danilovich meets with indigenous peoples at the Embassy in Brasilia.
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil John Danilovich (R) receives an indigenous necklace from representatives of tribal indians, at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, September 17, 2004. Indigenous representatives from the Tapirape, Kaapor and Suya tribes received their visas on Friday to travel to the United States to attend the opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, which opens on September 21 in Washington. Brazil's indigenous representatives helped with consultations about exhibits to be displayed at the museum, located on the National Mall. The museum will be a tribute to the history and cultures of native peoples of the Americas. REUTERS/Antonio Cruz/Agencia Brasil ABR/GN
PEOPLE INDIANS BRAZIL
RTRB1W3
September 17, 2004
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil John Danilovich holds the passports of representatives of tribal indians at...
Brasilia, Brazil
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Danilovich receives indigenous peoples at the Embassy in Brasilia.
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil John Danilovich holds the passports of representatives of tribal indians at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, September 17, 2004. Indigenous representatives from the Tapirape, Kaapor and Suya tribes received their visas to travel to the United States to attend the opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, which opens on September 21 in Washington. Brazil's indigenous representatives helped with consultations about exhibits to be displayed at the museum, located on the National Mall. The museum will be a tribute to the history and cultures of native peoples of the Americas. REUTERS/Antonio Cruz/Agencia Brasil ABR/GN
BRAZIL INDIGENOUS GAMES
RTRQ9WG
November 03, 2003
BRAZILIAN INDIANS WOMEN FROM TAPIRAPE AND XINGUANA NATIONS IN ACTION
DURING A SOCCER MATCH AT INDIGENOUS...
Palmas, Brazil -
BRAZILIAN INDIANS WOMEN FROM TAPIRAPE AND XINGUANA NATIONS IN ACTION
DURING A SOCCER MATCH AT ...
BRAZILIAN INDIANS WOMEN FROM TAPIRAPE AND XINGUANA NATIONS IN ACTION
DURING A SOCCER MATCH AT INDIGENOUS NATIONS' GAMES IN PALMAS.
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