Members of the Guarani Nandeva tribe hold a meeting near the roadblock they built to keep farmers from the farm they claim is part of the ancestral land called Tekoha Yvy Katu, in the Japora ... more 
Members of the Guarani Nandeva tribe hold a meeting near the roadblock they built to keep farmers from the farm they claim is part of the ancestral land called Tekoha Yvy Katu, in the Japora municipality of Mato Grosso do Sul state, near the southern border with Paraguay, November 22, 2013. Guarani Indians occupied 14 farms in Japora during this past October, claiming it is part of the land legally declared as Indian land by the Supreme Court in 2005, although still waiting to be signed into law by Brazil's president since then. The sign reads, "The Guarani people's resistance more than 500 years old." Picture taken November 22. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST) less 
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Reuters | Photo By LUNAE PARRACHO / REUTERS
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