Brazil expels US fishing tour company from Indigenous land


              This photo provided by Associacao Aimara shows the Kukurunkomo Territorial Protection Point on June 19, 2022, along the Jatapu River in the Wayamu region of the Brazilian Amazon where the New Jersey-based company Acute Angling operated. Federal courts in Brazil ordered the company to withdraw from the remote Indigenous area in the Amazon after prosecutors charged the fishing tourism company with operating without government approval and manipulating Indigenous people. (Associacao Aimara via AP)
            
              A fishing camp operated by the New Jersey tourism company Acute Angling, sits by the Mapuera River near Bateria, an Indigenous village in the Brazilian Amazon in 2021. Federal courts in Brazil ordered the company to withdraw from the remote area in the Amazon after prosecutors charged the fishing tourism company with operating without government approval and manipulating Indigenous people. (AP Photo)