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Their attempts to block the return of the indigenous territories, together with the government's failure to take a sufficiently strong and active role, has led to the paralysation of the mapping out process, leaving the Guarani in this fatal state of limbo The United Nations has urged Brazil to 'ensure that the human rights of the Guarani and Kaiowá indigenous people are fully respected, in strict compliance with international standards protecting the rights of indigenous peoples'.

Can't go on: Suicide rates among Guarani people have soared to 34 times the national average since these forced evictions began in the 1950s and 60s - and many of them hang themselves with belts and ropes Worryingly, the mortality rate among Guarani infants (29.6 per 1,000) and children under-five (44.5 per 1,000) who live in the wretched roadside camps is twice that of the general population, Survive International claims.

Despite the constant threat of violence, persecution, disease and death, thousands of Guarani have vowed to 'rise up' against the ranchers who ordered the deaths of their tribespeople - and said they will resist eviction 'until death'.

Brazil's government promised to allocate them new land by 1993 but, two decades later, most of them still live in squalid road-side camps where disease is rife, children die from starvation and suicide rates are shockingly high.

The country ordered even more evictions in July this year.

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