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TENSIONS RISE IN PARANÁ AFTER ATTACKS AGAINST INDIGENOUS PEOPLE

Indigenous people of the Avá-Guarani people who live in the Guaíra region, in Paraná, reported attacks suffered on the eve of Christmas, with firearms, “tortured” dogs, and suspicion of armed militias. The aggressions were reported in letters sent to the National Foundation of Indigenous Peoples (Funai) and the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples.

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