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Amazonian Tribes Fight for Land Rights - 20 Sep 2013 
Images showing members of different Amazonian tribes occupying the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI.
Protesting a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, the tribes
invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as their
own. But the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. 
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September 20, 2013 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Manaus, Brazil 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as they protest a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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September 20, 2013 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Manaus, Brazil 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as they protest a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
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September 20, 2013 
Police arrive as members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs... 
Manaus, Brazil 
Police arrive as members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs... 
Police arrive as members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as they protest a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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September 20, 2013 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Manaus, Brazil 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as they protest a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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RTX13RVA 
September 20, 2013 
Members of different Amazonian tribes allow a person to enter as they occupy the headquarters of Brazil's... 
Manaus, Brazil 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Members of different Amazonian tribes allow a person to enter as they occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as they protest a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
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September 20, 2013 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Manaus, Brazil 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI... 
Members of different Amazonian tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as they protest a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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September 20, 2013 
A member of an Amazonian tribe protests a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they... 
Manaus, Brazil 
A member of an Amazonian tribe protests a court decision during an occupation of the headquarters of... 
A member of an Amazonian tribe protests a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks during an occupation of the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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September 20, 2013 
An Amazon Indian stops traffic outside the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as members... 
Manaus, Brazil 
An Amazon Indian stops traffic outside the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI over... 
An Amazon Indian stops traffic outside the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as members of different Amazonian tribes occupied the building to protest a court decision evicting them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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September 20, 2013 
An Amazonian Indian keeps watch as he and members of different tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's... 
Manaus, Brazil 
An Amazonian Indian keeps watch as he and members of different tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's... 
An Amazonian Indian keeps watch as he and members of different tribes occupy the headquarters of Brazil's Indian affairs bureau FUNAI as they protest a court decision to evict them from a nearby plot of land they have been occupying for several weeks, in Manaus, September 19, 2013. According to their leaders, the Indians from the Satere-Mauwe, Mura, Miranha, Munducuru and Apurina tribes invaded the building and took FUNAI employees hostage to pressure them for support in their cause to claim the land as theirs, but the bureau denied assistance saying that those occupying the land were mostly non-Indian settlers. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
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