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Indigenous people of Brazil protest a land demarcation bill


Brasilia, Jun 16 (EFE), (CAMERA: Alex Mirkhan) .- A group of indigenous people protested Wednesday outside the National Congress against a bill that could affect the demarcation of indigenous lands.

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