Brazil indigenous chief Raoni joins climate protest in Brussels

Brazil indigenous chief Raoni Metuktire joins climate protest along young people in Brussels. Metuktire is on a three-week tour across Europe where he will meet heads of state, celebrities and the Pope to highlight growing threats to the Amazon. IMAGES

Waorani indigenous people protest in Ecuador

Waorani indigenous people are taking on the Ecuadorean government over its policies in the Amazon.

Jeff Bezos says he’ll send a spaceship to the moon

Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos says he’s going to send a spaceship to the moon, joining a resurgence of lunar interest half a century after people first set foot there. (May 9)

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Seattle takes to the streets on May Day march

Marchers took to the streets in Seattle for the annual May Day demonstration. For the 20th year, the May Day featured a March for Immigrant and Workers Rights. Marchers also went through the heart of Amazon’s sprawling campus. (May 1)

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Ecuador’s Waorani tribe vows to protect life in Amazon

The indigenous Waorani people, who are scattered across the vast Pastaza province in eastern Ecuador, believe their land is the front line in a battle for the future of planet — and they are ready to strike down invaders of their Amazon homelands, just like their forefathers did.

Walmart turns store into “A.I. Factory”

Inside one of Walmart’s New York stores, thousands of cameras track when products are running low or when produce start to lose its freshness. Under increasing pressure from Amazon, Walmart is using artificial intelligence to manage stores in real time. (April 25)

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Deadly tug-of-war over Brazil’s Amazon land

Land conflict in Brazil’s Amazon is coming to a head between indigenous peoples and land invaders who take their lead from the anti-environment rhetoric of ultra conservative President Jair Bolsonaro.

Keiser Report: Will Interest Rates Ever Rise Again? (E1373)

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Prosecutors to meet with Bezos in extortion probe

Federal prosecutors in New York are planning to meet with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos about his allegations that the National Enquirer tried to blackmail him with help from Saudi Arabia, a person familiar with the plans said Thursday. (April 11)

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Tribal war prevented? High-risk voyage succeeds with isolated tribe in Brazil

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Brazil’s agency for indigenous peoples said that a high-risk expedition in the Amazon has reunited an isolated group with relatives and eased tensions with a rival tribe near the border with Peru.

The FUNAI agency said a team of nearly two dozen reached 34 members of the Korubo tribe in the Brazilian state of Amazonas. The expedition included relatives of the Korubos and also aimed to avoid a possible conflict with the Matis tribe living about 12 miles (20 kilometres) away.

The Matis tribe repeatedly requested FUNAI’s intervention in the case because they believed the isolated Korubos wanted revenge, mistakenly believing their relatives had been killed by the Matis.

The main concern of FUNAI analysts was that the isolated group would not believe that the Korubos in the expedition were in fact their relatives, which made them label the mission as ‘high risk.’

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