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Plemię Waorani w sądzie w Puyo (8)

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Waorani indigenous women arrive at provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil exploration is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by RODRIGO BUENDIA / AFP)
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Waorani indigenous women arrive at provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil explorationon is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by RODRIGO BUENDIA / AFP)
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Waorani indigenous women arrive at provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil exploration is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)
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Waorani indigenous women arrive at provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil exploration is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)
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A Waorani indigenous woman arrives at provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil exploration is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)
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Waorani indigenous people arrive at provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil exploration is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)
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A Waorani indigenous paints her face upon arrival at the provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil exploration is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by RODRIGO BUENDIA / AFP)
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Waorani indigenous people arrive at the provincial courthouse in Puyo, Ecuador, where a legal bid to halt the government's plans to open up their lands to oil explorationon is taking place, on April 13, 2019. - Representatives of 16 Waorani communities scattered across the dense Amazonian jungle in the north of Ecuador's vast Pastaza province attend the third day of a protection action hearing to avoid the exploitation of oil in their territory. At stake is some 180,000 hectares of ancestral lands. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)
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