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BRAZIL-INDIANS/LAND
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May 05, 2007
Kaiowa Indian Carlito de Oliveira cries while talking about his family's ancestral land they recently...
Dourados, Brazil
Kaiowa Indian Carlito de Oliveira cries while talking about his family's ancestral land
Kaiowa Indian Carlito de Oliveira cries while talking about his family's ancestral land they recently returned to 50 years after being forced by settlers to abandon it and relocate to an Indian reservation, near Dourados in Mato Grosso do Sul state, southern Brazil, April 25, 2007. Overcrowding and deep poverty at the Dourados Indian reservation has caused many Guarani and Kaiowa Indians to leave and occupy their ancestral original lands, most of them turned into productive farms, with the farmers resorting to everything from legal resources to violence to keep them off. To match feature BRAZIL-INDIANS/LAND. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
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