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Yanomami Tribe of Brazil and Venezuela - 01 Nov 2012
Yanomami Tribe of Brazil and Venezuela - 01 Nov 2012
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian runs in the jungle at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists,...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian runs in the jungle at the community of Irotatheri
A Yanomami Indian runs in the jungle at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian chews leaves at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists,...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian chews leaves at the community of Irotatheri
A Yanomami Indian chews leaves at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 8, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 8, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
Yanomami Indians dance at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
Yanomami Indians dance at the community of Irotatheri
Yanomami Indians dance at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian woman takes care of children at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian woman takes care of children at the community of Irotatheri
A Yanomami Indian woman takes care of children at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian boy removes chiggers, the larvae of mites, from a fellow Yanomami at the community...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian boy removes chiggers, the larvae of mites, from a fellow Yanomami at the community...
A Yanomami Indian boy removes chiggers, the larvae of mites, from a fellow Yanomami at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian boy removes chiggers, the larvae of mites, from a fellow Yanomami at the community...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian boy removes chiggers, the larvae of mites, from a fellow Yanomami at the community...
A Yanomami Indian boy removes chiggers, the larvae of mites, from a fellow Yanomami at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
RTR37PYM
September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian dances at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian dances at the community of Irotatheri
A Yanomami Indian dances at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian looks on before performing a dance during a government trip for journalists at the...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian looks on before performing a dance during a government trip for journalists at the...
A Yanomami Indian looks on before performing a dance during a government trip for journalists at the community of Irotatheri in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
Yanomami Indians chat at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
Yanomami Indians chat at the community of Irotatheri
Yanomami Indians chat at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
Yanomami Indians sit around a fire at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists,...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
Yanomami Indians sit around a fire at the community of Irotatheri
Yanomami Indians sit around a fire at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
Yanomami Indians sit around a fire at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists,...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
Yanomami Indians sit around a fire at the community of Irotatheri
Yanomami Indians sit around a fire at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian woman sleeps on a hammock at her shack at the community of Irotatheri, during a government...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian woman sleeps on a hammock at her shack at the community of Irotatheri
A Yanomami Indian woman sleeps on a hammock at her shack at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
RTR37PXA
September 09, 2012
Yanomami Indians perform a dance at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists,...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
Yanomami Indians perform a dance at the community of Irotatheri
Yanomami Indians perform a dance at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian woman carries a child at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian woman carries a child at the community of Irotatheri
A Yanomami Indian woman carries a child at the community of Irotatheri, during a government trip for journalists, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
Yanomami Indians at the community of Irotatheri, are pictured during a government trip for journalists,...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
Yanomami Indians at the community of Irotatheri, are pictured during a government trip for journalists,...
Yanomami Indians at the community of Irotatheri, are pictured during a government trip for journalists, as they wait to perform a dance to welcome an investigative commission, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
VENEZUELA-AMAZON/TRIBE
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September 09, 2012
A Yanomami Indian shack is pictured at night during a government trip for journalists at the community...
IROTATHERI, Venezuela
A Yanomami Indian shack is pictured at night during a government trip for journalists at the community...
A Yanomami Indian shack is pictured at night during a government trip for journalists at the community of Irotatheri, in the southern Amazonas state of Venezuela, just 19km (12 miles) from Brazil's border, September 7, 2012. The Venezuela government and indigenous groups are disputing whether an alleged massacre of Amazon villagers took place after the government said it found no evidence of an attack. A group representing the Yanomami tribe last week said that Brazilian gold miners had crossed the border and attacked a village from a helicopter. Venezuelan officials said over the weekend that flyovers of the area led them to believe that the allegations were false. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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