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Ekklesia
Tribal community attacked by gunmen in BrazilSurvival International, the global organisation for the rights of tribal people
Tribal community attacked by gunmen in Brazil
Ekklesia / Posted 16 days ago
Survival International, the global organisation for the rights of tribal people, said today (24 January) that a tribal community is being attacked by a large number of gunmen in southern Brazil. The gunmen, employed by local ranchers, arrived in... Read more
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Ekklesia
New report finds tribal children paid in glue and alcoholTribal children in the African rainforests have been paid in glue to sniff, and
New report finds tribal children paid in glue and alcohol
Ekklesia / Posted 19 days ago
Tribal children in the African rainforests have been paid in glue to sniff, and alcohol, in return for menial work, a new report from Survival International report has revealed. The report by the global organisation for the rights of tribal people... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Revealed - 'Pygmy' Children Paid in Glue and AlcoholTribal children in the African rainforests have been paid in glue to sniff, and
Revealed - 'Pygmy' Children Paid in Glue and Alcohol
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
Tribal children in the African rainforests have been paid in glue to sniff, and alcohol, in return for menial work, a new Survival International report has revealed. The report found instances of market traders in the Republic of Congo plying... Read more
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Ekklesia
HIV ‘epidemic’ strikes Venezuelan IndiansExperts have revealed that an HIV “epidemic” is decimating the Warao tribe in V
HIV ‘epidemic’ strikes Venezuelan Indians
Ekklesia / Posted 26 days ago
Experts have revealed that an HIV “epidemic” is decimating the Warao tribe in Venezuela. The news is a shocking illustration of the devastating consequences of loss of land and autonomy on tribal peoples, which are revealed in a new report Progress... Read more
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International Business Times
Indigenous Guarani Kaiowá people of Brazil have 'appalling suicide rate' due to loss of ancestral land [Graphic images] The rate of suicide within the indigenous Guarani Kaiowá people of Brazil is 34
Indigenous Guarani Kaiowá people of Brazil have 'appalling suicide rate' due to loss of ancestral land [Graphic images]
International Business Times / Posted 1 months ago
The rate of suicide within the indigenous Guarani Kaiowá people of Brazil is 34 times the country's national average and statistically the highest among any society anywhere in the world, according to a new report by Survival International. The main... Read more

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