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Published on Dec 10, 2008
Indigenous leaders are claiming a victory against farmers who they say are occupying their lands in a Brazilian Amazon region. A majority of Brazil's supreme court judges say they'll support the claim for a reservation in Roraima state to remain in the hands of indigenous people. But the decision isn't yet final, and a ruling isn't expected until next year. Al Jazeeras Gabriel Elizondio reports from Brasilia.