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An Uncommon Victory for an Indigenous Tribe in the Amazon
by Rachel Riederer
The New Yorker Translate This Article
15 May 2019
On 15 May 2019 The New Yorker reported:
On April 26th, a parade of hundreds of Waorani men and women, members of an indigenous nation in a remote part of the Ecuadorian Amazon, marched triumphantly through the streets of Puyo, the regional capital of the eastern province of Pastaza. Many had come from villages in parts of the rain forest that have no roads -- journeying by canoe and small plane. They were celebrating a new court ruling, which held that the Ecuadorian government could not, as it had planned, auction off their land for oil exploration without their consent.
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