Matís say are living in uncertainty after the deaths of two indigenous in Korubo attack at the end of 2014, and that Funai is not knowing mediate the case.
Wildfires are raging through the Brazilian Amazon, destroying vast areas of forest on the eastern fringes of the “earth’s lungs”. Isolated indigenous suffer even more.
Isolated tribal nomads are at risk as logging pressure mounts in the Amazon rain forest.
Huaorani warrior admits having directed killing of five Taromenane nomads in inter-ethnic war encouraged by logging and oil companies that try to invade the Indian Territory Yasuni National Park.
Park rangers found six shelters made of palm trees, campfire remains and animal bones, in banks of Yurúa river, near to the Alto Purus National Park.
The attack was among Huaorani indigenous and uncontacted group (in voluntary isolation) called taromenane near Yasuni National Park.