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A. Coelho
25 Setembro 2019
América do Sul
Brasil
Até setembro, Brasil registrou 160 casos de invasão ou exploração ilegal em 153 terras indígenas, superando os números de 2018 inteiro. Para conselho ligado à CNBB, cenário ameaça a sobrevivência dos povos originários.
 
S. Lutxeque
21 Agosto 2019
África
Moçambique

Organizações da sociedade civil acusa empresa chinesa de não pagar impostos e de prejudicar a população na província moçambicana da Zambézia. Mas governo provincial nega.

Getty Images
30 Agosto 2019
América do Sul
Guiana Francesa
Na linha de frente da luta contra o desmatamento na Amazônia, a França tem, na Guiana, sua própria parcela dessa floresta que, mais do que pelo fogo, é ameaçada pelo garimpo ilegal de ouro.
 

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