Comunidades indígenas de Yurúa cercadas por el narcotráfico e invasores brasileños en la Amazonía de Perú

Son 29 las familias asháninkas, yaneshas y amahuacas que viven en las comunidades de frontera Santa Rosa, Oori y Koshireni, en el límite de Ucayali con Brasil. Ellos se han convertido en solitarios guardianes de la selva ante el avance del narcotráfico, de los cultivos y de sus redes de transporte.
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