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Brazilian loggers 'tied eight-year-old Amazonian tribe girl to a tree and burned her alive'
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The Yanomami Indians have lived precariously in the most remote reaches of the jungle here for thousands of years, hunting with bows and arrows, and warring among themselves and with the few white intruders who have appeared in recent years. But now they are facing a threat to their very existence as a people: the Brazilian Army. As part of a program to strengthen the military's presence along Brazil's vast and largely undefended northern Amazon border, the Brazilian Armed Forces are building new bases and expanding old ones in territories set aside for the Yanomami and other tribes. As their numbers expand, soldiers are increasingly getting Yanomami women pregnant, spreading venereal disease and disrupting patterns of village life that have endured largely unchanged since the Stone Age. Soon there will be more, and then what will we do? Where will we go? Initiated in the mid's, the military's Northern Channel program was shelved during a budget crisis more than a decade ago. Indian advocates, however, argue that the logic of the military expansion is dubious here in Roraima State, which borders instead on Venezuela and Guyana. He acknowledged the existence of sexual relationships between soldiers and Indian women but said he saw no need to intervene because they were ''consenting relations'' between adults. As perhaps the most primitive of the indigenous peoples of the Amazon, the Yanomami, who number about 15, in Brazil and another 12, just across the border in Venezuela, are especially vulnerable to the military effort.
Loggers in Brazil who had illegally entered an Amazon Indian reserve captured an eight-year-old indigenous girl and burned her alive, it was claimed today. The child, who belonged to the isolated Gwaja-Awa tribe, is believed to have wandered away from her village to play and got lost in the forest. The group of illegal loggers who were trespassing in the acre reserve in Maranhao state, northern Brazil, came across the young girl, tied her to a tree and set fire to her, it is claimed. Horrifying: An eight-year-old girl has reportedly been burned aline in the Amazon rain forest. Luis Carlos Guajajaras, a local Indian leader from another tribe protected by the reserve, told Brazil's Terra website that members of his community had witnessed the horrific murder.
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