Indians' forest destroyed as 'soya frontier' advances

November 2, 2005

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The pristine rivers and forest of one of the Amazon's most unusual tribes are being destroyed by the ruthless advance of Brazil's 'soya frontier'. Vast areas of the Enawene Nawe Indians' forest are being cleared to make way for endless expanses of soya interspersed with equally huge cattle ranches.

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Enawene Nawe