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Brazil's indigenous people die for land

The expansion of cattle ranches in remote parts of Brazil results in a sometimes violent scramble for land.

Last Modified: 24 Sep 2013 07:06
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The expansion of huge cattle ranches in remote parts of Brazil has frequently resulted in a violent scramble for land.

In Mato Grosso state, indigenous people often resort to squatting on land they say is their ancestoral territory.

Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Dourados.

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