Indigenous Brazilians fight to defend land rights

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Brazil is home to more than 900,000 Indigenous people from more than 200 groups.

While Indigenous land rights are enshrined in the country’s constitution, in reality they are often targeted by loggers and land grabbers.

This week more than 3000 Indigenous people have rallied in the nation’s capital, Brasilia, calling on the authorities to protect their land rights.

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