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Brazil’s Supreme Court rules in favour of indigenous rights

Brazil’s Supreme Court has rejected efforts to restrict native peoples’ rights to reservations on their ancestral lands.

Six of the 11 justices on Thursday ruled in favour of restoring territory to the Xokleng people, from which they were evicted.

The ruling sets a precedent for hundreds of indigenous land claims and is expected to have widespread consequences for indigenous land rights.

The decision was met with celebrations and tears of joy by members of indigenous groups from across the country.


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