The Brazilian government allowed a band of Xavante Indians to return to their ancestral land after nearly 60 years of exile. To make room for them, it evicted 7,000 farmers and ranchers, destroying an entire town in the process.
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It's. Look we want and vote laboratory in in the world opinion and Latin America that is still continuing. Natalie. Story about that there's a group of India in fifty years after they were competitor man. But to do so the government is I think what what is insensitive to anchor -- -- In body like that see this particular group. Went back to put on to cargo plane in in the 1960s. When other presidency. It's sort of always -- and having their appearance but for land they've only just now -- been able to return. Don't know. Yeah ought to do you. Brazil's constitution. He prime rate for in two. And capital plan that they didn't occupy in that that is the responsibility of the State's open markets and protect them -- insert. The unions property is back. They have now. Handed over about 13% of personal territory and so the course selected country America. And that's for ten point 4% of the total population. This area where's the type is now returning was inhabited by about 7000. They were cattle ranchers in. Or recently we are. Some of them had actually witnessed how it was side. In its history there. The government completely -- the -- they went in with bulldozers and knocked over schools. A different buildings and that it -- -- they went through there. Now all the people were -- in the hell are either living in cities are the sort of waiting just outside its territory to see. Whether they have access to development program or -- so there'd have to happen but I knew -- of. There and a situation that is about it security is that the situation is on the fifty years ago when they were actually kicked out of their -- there. It definitely. You'd have to -- in all of this there was one and -- country world but it still fighting over the years old and hear how can bring justice to an end but at the same time. It's sort of -- Her punishment and farmers who have more recently has. For Reuters and currently offered help very.