Brazil: Indigenous leader killed
Around 100 Guarani-Kaiowá people are encamped on their ancestral lands: on 18 November 2011 40 gunmen attacked the camp, killing an Indigenous leader and abducting three children. The Indigenous group have vowed to stay on their ancestral land.
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