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Vol. 4, No. 1 (9).pdf
Twenty-seven Tikuna Indians were massacred in March of 1988. Local authorities had a "strong unwillingness" to solve the case.

Vol. 4, nos. 2 &3 (4-5).pdf
500 years of fighting have caused many women to lose their husbands to kidnappers, disappearances, torture, assassination, and massacre, in addition to diseases caused by pesticides funded by the US and Europe.

At least 20 Miskitu Indians were killed in Nicaragua by a group of recontras most likely looking for boots and food

The Brazilian government continues to ignore crimes against indigenous peoples.
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