Rio Pardo in Brazil.
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News from the Rio Pardo
Uncontacted Indians saved
After an intensive Survival campaign, Brazil’s Indian affairs department, FUNAI, has announced that it is restricting all entry into the Rio Pardo territory, home to a tiny group of about 30 uncontacted Indians who are on the brink of extinction.
Top officials accused of genocide of Indians
A former state governor and a former top policeman are among the accused in Brazils first ever investigation into the genocide of an uncontacted Indian tribe.
Investigation into killings of uncontacted Indians
In one of the biggest operations of its kind, over a hundred Brazilian federal police arrested eighteen people for crimes against Indians and the environment yesterday.
Judge bans loggers from isolated tribe's land after world outcry
A Brazilian judge has reinstated orders protecting an uncontacted Amazonian tribe following international protests.