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Brazil indigenous agency worker killed in remote Amazon town

Reuters Sunday, 8 September 2019
Indigenist Maxciel Pereira dos Santos was murdered execution-style before members of his family in the Amazon town of Tabatinga, according to INA, a union group representing workers at Brazil's indigenous protection agency FUNAI, on Sunday.
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