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Indians participate at a meeting with human rights militants, journalists and students during a occupation an old indigenous museum --aka Aldea Maracana-- next to Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January 12, 2013. Indians of about 10 ethnicities ? mostly Guarani, Pataxo, Kaingangue and Guajajara- have occupying the place since 2006 as a protest against Rio de Janeiro's governmet decision to throw them out and pull down the building to construct 10,500 parking lots for the upcoming Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup. (Austral Foto/Renzo Gostoli).

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Indians participate at a meeting with human rights militants, journalists and students during a occupation an old indigenous museum --aka Aldea Maracana-- next to Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January 12, 2013. Indians of about 10 ethnicities ? mostly Guarani, Pataxo, Kaingangue and Guajajara- have occupying the place since 2006 as a protest against Rio de Janeiro's governmet decision to throw them out and pull down the building to construct 10,500 parking lots for the upcoming...
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Headline: Police Maracana indian village
Author: Renzo Gostoli/Archivolatino
Date created: 12 Jan 2013
Dimension: 4000x2708
File size: 2.7MB
City: RIO DE JANEIRO
Country: BRAZIL
Keywords: Gostoli, Brazil, Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, 2013, police, indians, indios, Maracana, Museu do indio
Copyright: Renzo Gostoli/Archivolatino


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