Members of the indigenous Terena tribe
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Brazilian authorities send troops to quell rural dispute

Brazilian authorities have sent 200 soldiers to the central-southern state of Mato Grosso do Sul to help quell a conflict between members of an indigenous tribe and local farmers.

The dispute is over a ranch which a local politician as well as an indigenous Terena people claim to own.

Katy Hastings reports.

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