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An interview with Vanessa Baird, author of our October issue's main feature on the indigenous peoples resisting...

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Environmental consultancy Daimi was paid by oil company Perenco to find out if there are uncontacted indigenous groups in the...

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

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Vanessa Baird reports from Peru, which has just elected a left-leaning President.

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New Internationalist's co-editor Vanessa Baird is reassured by the Asháninka community's refusal to talk to...

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

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Leading voice for indigenous rights, Hugo Blanco.

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Pregnant women from indigenous communities face multiple layers of discrimination. As leaders gather in New York to discuss...

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A Peruvian journalist was recently jailed in a court case already abandoned by the claimant. So why did Alejandro Carrascal...

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Roxana Olivera reveals the significance of sunny underwear in Peru’s New Year celebrations.

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Peru’s rash of unlikely terrorists. *Stephanie Boyd* reports.

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

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

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What began as a show of support for Peru’s Amazonian peoples has evolved into a full-fledged civil uproar – with anti-...

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

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Legitimate indigenous protests against Peru’s latest free trade agreements have led to bloodshed following the Government’s...

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