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Swiss-born Brazilian photographer Claudia Andujar keeps a book open on a page with portraits of indigenous people during an interview with AFP in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 29, 2019. - A major retrospective of the work of Andujar, who has spent five decades fighting to protect the rights of Brazil's Yanomami tribe, will open in Paris on January 30, 2020. She hopes the exhibition will call attention to the renewed threats the Yanomami face under President Jair Bolsonaro, who wants to open up more of the Amazon to mining and farming. (Photo by Nelson ALMEIDA / AFP)

Fight for survival: Photographer Claudia Andujar defends Brazil’s Yanomami