Guarani Kaiowa Indians walk to the place on the edge of their ancestral land called Tekoha Ita'y
Guarani Kaiowa Indians walk to the place on the edge of their ancestral land called Tekoha Ita'y, where last April a farmer who occupied part of their land attacked them but died in the confrontation, in Douradina, Mato Grosso do Sul state August 11, 2013. The Guarani tribe is immersed in a bloody conflict with farmers over possession of their ancestral land that has characteristics of a territorial war, in spite of Brazil's indigenous policy being considered one of the most progressive in the world. The conflict highlights the risks being run by an agricultural superpower whose leftist government is trying to sort out centuries of ethnic disputes over ownership of the land from which much of the nation's wealth sprouts. Picture taken August 11, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
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