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April 23, 2011
Niti Kayapo, chief of the Kayapo tribe, talks during a meeting between his tribe's leaders and Funai,...
Sao Felix, Brazil
Chief of the Kayapo tribe talks during a meeting in the Kikretum community near Sao Felix
Niti Kayapo, chief of the Kayapo tribe, talks during a meeting between his tribe's leaders and Funai, the Brazilian government's National Indian Foundation, in the Kikretum community near Sao Felix, northern Brazil April 23, 2011. Funai's representatives are travelling around the region to serve as intermediaries between the state electric company Electrobras and the region's tribes regarding Electrobas's proposal to construct the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam, a controversial dam proposed on the Xingu River that would be the world's third largest in energy output but would flood a large area inhabited by native Amazon tribes. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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