Threat to Brazil tribe not lifted

BBC: Campaigners say the Brazilian government is failing to protect one of the world's most endangered tribes. The Awa people are believed to number just 450, but their territory has attracted thousands of loggers and settlers. Last year a judge ordered all outsiders should leave the area within 12 months. But the deadline has passed and no evictions have taken place, says indigenous rights group Survival International. The Awa live in north eastern Brazil and survive as hunter-gatherers in......

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