The outside world might never have heard about the suspected massacre if not for some barroom boasting by a group of miners fresh from working an illegal gig in the Amazon jungle. The garimpeiros had bragged that they’d come across members of a reclusive, uncontacted Amazonian tribe near Brazil’s border with Peru and Colombia, authorities say. […]
At least 10 members of an uncontacted tribe in Brazil’s Amazon Basin were allegedly killed last month by illegal gold miners, according to Survival International.
After a group of suspected drug dealers attacked guards in the Amazon Basin, Brazilian Indian officials now can't find one tribe that hasn't ever had contact with the outside world. The concern is the the tribe's first contact with ...
Ten members of an indigenous tribe in the Amazon reportedly were brutally killed by gold miners.