The Brazilian government today ordered the dispatch of agents of the National Public Security Force to an indigenous community in the Amazon region, which drug traffickers are harassing.
The Official Gazette of the Union published on Tuesday the decree ordering the transfer of members of the National Force to the Camicuá Indigenous Village, located in the interior of the state of Amazonas, the most important in the Brazilian Amazon.
In this area, groups of drug traffickers have established themselves, threatening the population and the employees of the National Indian Foundation (Funai).
In the state of Amazonas, drug trafficking gangs have . . .