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May 05, 2007
A Guarani-Kaiowa Indian harvests sugar cane in stifling heat for around $8 a day, near the Dourados Indian...
Dourados, Brazil
A Guarani-Kaiowa Indian harvests sugar cane in stifling heat
A Guarani-Kaiowa Indian harvests sugar cane in stifling heat for around $8 a day, near the Dourados Indian reservation where they live in Mato Grosso do Sul state, southern Brazil, April 25, 2007. Flashy pickup trucks and designer stores are testimony to Brazil's agricultural prowess in this southwestern frontier town, but a ghetto-like reserve bursting with Indians struggling for survival, only a few of which manage to earn a living cutting sugar cane, tarnish the farm success story. To match feature BRAZIL-INDIANS. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
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