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Altamira, Brazil. Encontro Xingu protest meeting about the proposed Belo Monte hydroeletric dam and other dams on the Xingu river and its tributaries. Kayapo men dancing immediately after the incident with Paulo Fernando Vieira Souto Rezende, one with a piece of his shirt on his borduna war club.
© Sue Cunningham
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