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‘If you love your people, you fight’: Indigenous take on big soy ...
By Michiel Curfs - December 01, 2021
Amid pesticide contamination and land evictions, tribal leaders say their villages in Paraguay are at a crisis point. “There was no road into this community. Wild pigs, jaguars and peccaries were everywhere,” the 65-year-old spiritual leader told Al Jazeera. “But it’s all been destroyed.”

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