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Peru recognizes existence of five isolated indigenous peoples

On Friday, September 2, Peru recognized the existence of five indigenous peoples living in isolation in a remote Amazon forest area larger than Puerto Rico and bordering Ecuador.

The recognition comes nearly two decades after indigenous organizations from the Amazon called Peru in 2003 . . .

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