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Indigenous people of Brazil warn of the "death of their peoples" in Climate Summit


Madrid, Dec 9 (EFE) .- Indigenous people of the Brazilian Amazon have warned Monday of the death of their peoples and that their blood "is being spilled" and demanded that the original peoples be protected because they are "the true defenders of the climate".TRANSLATION"The indigenous peoples are dying, the true guardians of the forests are being killed. We cannot allow life to go away. It is the alert that I give because it is the responsibility of all, of all rulers, of all societies, of all human beings "

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