Tuira Kayapo, Aloysio Guapindaia

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    Tuira Kayapo, right, leader of the indigenous Kayapo tribe, speaks to Aloysio Guapindaia, left, director of the National Indian Foundation, FUNAI, during a public hearing at the Commission of Human Rights of the Federal Senate in Brasilia, Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009. Native communities of the Amazon rain forest are protesting the Brazilian government’s decision to build the massive hydroelectric Belo Monte dam in the Xingu River. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

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