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April 10, 2013 
Soldiers of the Brazilian National Guard walk around at Maraiwatsede tribe in Mato Grosso, about 375... 
Mato Grosso, Brazil 
Soldiers of the Brazilian National Guard walk around at Maraiwatsede tribe in Mato Grosso 
Soldiers of the Brazilian National Guard walk around at Maraiwatsede tribe in Mato Grosso, about 375 miles (600 km) northwest of Brasilia, February 2, 2013. More than 100 years after the United States mostly finished carving out its Indian reservations, Brazil is among a handful of countries in the Americas, including Colombia and Panama, that are still setting land aside. But the Rousseff government has gone a step further by evicting non-Indians from indigenous territory. Picture taken February 2, 2013. To match with Special Report BRAZIL-INDIANS/RESERVATION REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags : - Tags: SOCIETY MILITARY AGRICULTURE POLITICS) 
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