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Brazil: Just Another Day of Wait at the Che Guevara Camp

What do the inhabitants of the Che Guevara camp in Alto Alegre dos Parecis, state of Rondônia, Brazil, want most of all? They want a deed to the land they have been living on for the last seven years.

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