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Undercover investigators film loggers taking huge tree trunks out of the territory of the Awá tribe. According to Survival International, they are the world's most threatened tribe, with their homes being destroyed by industrial projects and cattle ranching. The 355 Awá, who live in four communities in Maranhão state, are fully dependent on the forest

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