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Awa tribe of Brazil
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A new international campaign hopes to save a group of people who have been dubbed "the most threatened tribe in the world", the Awa tribe of Brazil, from encroaching outsiders who are gobbling up their land. The Awa¡ live in the Brazilian state of Maranho on lands set aside for their hunter-gatherer lifestyle. 

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