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Newspaper and Magazine Pieces
A much shortened list
In the depths of the Amazon Rainforest an isolated Indigenous tribe takes up arms against illegal miners working a rich seam of diamonds on their ancestral land. 30 miners die, the government calls out the army, and I set out to find who is really behind the mayhem.
In a remote corner of Brazil, at the mouth of the world's largest river, a judge and her legal staff journey by boat to serve the isolated rainforest communities. Shawn Blore reports from Macapá
A new gold find brings 10,000 miners in a few short weeks and threatens to become the new Serra Pelada, the motherlode. A report on a gold boom
Indian suspects in last month's Amazon massacre may be protected by the country's Constitution
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