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The Guarani Kaiowá face brutal violence and the theft of their ancestral land, and suffer from the highest suicide rate in the world.
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A Campaign to Save Brazilian Indians from Genocide

Survival International, a human rights organization that fights for tribal peoples, has launched a ...

Guarani mother and child

Suicide Rate Among Guarani Indians in Brazil Is 34 Times National Average

New suicide figures afflicting the Guarani tribe in Brazil, have just been released. They ...

Nísio Gomes

Dozens of Brazilian Indians Take Over Camp after a Chief Is Killed by Masked Men

Brazil’s Federal Police are investigating the attack on Indians occurred in Mato Grosso do ...

Guarani Indians from Brazil

Gunmen in Brazil Trap Indians Cutting Off Their Water and Food

Brazilian gunmen hired by ranchers have been holding as prisoners a large group of ...

Tupinikim Indian from Brazil against Aracruz

Against All Odds Brazilian Indians Defeat Multinational and Get Land Back

Brazilian Indians are celebrating what they consider a historical decision, which was published August ...

Tupinikim chief Jaguaretê

Tired of Waiting for Government Action Brazilian Indians Take Over Land

Tupinikim and Guarani Brazilian Indians who live in the southeastern state of EspÀ­rito Santo ...

The Guarani/Tupinikim Indians from Brazil are on a dispute with Aracruz Celulose

Brazil’s Justice Minister Accused of Illegality on Indian Land

One hundred and twenty days after the legal deadline, Brazil's Minister of Justice, Márcio ...

Heirs to Brazil’s Guarani Mission Vow to Reoccupy Their Lands

About 250 Kaingang, Guarani and Charrua indigenous people from Brazil performed rituals in memory ...