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Peru wipes 'uncontacted' tribes off the map

The isolated Indian tribes of the Napo-Tigre region no longer exist, according to the government's cartographers…

  • Wed Jun 22 10:59:00 2011
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Amazon knock back is sign of strength!

New Internationalist's co-editor Vanessa Baird is reassured by the Asháninka community's refusal to talk to journalists in Peru, where she is investigating indigenous resistance to mega-projects.…

  • Thu Jun 2 12:35:00 2011
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Safe from ConocoPhillips... but what about the missionaries?

Public outcry about the risk to two uncontacted indigenous groups has caused the oil giant to pull out of a remote area of the Peruvian Amazon…

  • Thu May 26 04:21:00 2011
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Bond aid

Copenhagen is not the only game in town…

  • Tue Dec 1 21:21:00 2009
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Cut to the core

Gold miners in the Brazilian Amazon are destroying the Yanomami community’s home…

  • Thu Oct 29 08:53:00 2009
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Echoes of violence

Peru is plagued by civil unrest in the wake of the Bagua massacre.…

  • Fri Jul 3 10:42:07 2009
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The big clash - indigenous v multinationals

Blind to bloodshed, Peru signs big new oil deal...…

  • Tue Jun 30 12:40:18 2009
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Calling for heads to roll

What began as a show of support for Peru’s Amazonian peoples has evolved into a full-fledged civil uproar – with anti-government marches, protests and strikes.…

  • Tue Jun 23 04:45:03 2009
  • Rank: 100

Brutality in Bagua

Stephanie Boyd reports from Cuzco, Peru, on the furore following the massacre of indigenous protesters.…

  • Wed Jun 17 05:18:25 2009
  • Rank: 100

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