They have gathered, as every Monday. Yanomami Piaroa Hiwi, Ye’kuana: All nations are represented. They wear shirts and T-shirts, sport or hiking shoes, shoulder bags and baseball caps. There is strong coffee from plastic cups while her legal adviser Luis Bello presents the agenda. Point 3: mining.
Puerto Ayacucho, a sultry border town in southwestern Venezuela, separated only by the Orinoco of Colombia. In addition to a bustling main street of the town has little to offer, but he is the capital of the state of Amazonas. Which is half the size of Germany, to a large extent covered by rainforest and is mainly inhabited by indigenous peoples, the indigenous peoples.
- Brazil Establishes Two New Protected Areas in the Amazon (news.softpedia.com)
- Venezuela-Colombia, together in diversity (acercandonaciones.com)
- Venezuelan indigenous organizations express ‘deep pain’ 20 years after massacre (survivalinternational.org)
- 134 Indigenous Students to Study at Venezuela’s Latin American University of Medicine (youthandeldersja.wordpress.com)
- Mercosul is more than goods trade, it is also drug exchange (askbernardo.wordpress.com)