Brazil: Indigenous group in critical situation
Approximately 80 members of the Guarani Kaiowá Y’poí Indigenous group in Brazil have been threatened by armed men hired by local farm owners. They have been prevented from leaving their encampment, resulting in no access to water, food, education and health.
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