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Shoot: Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Videos

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Estrondo is an industrial mega-farm bigger than Paris located in the Cerrado savanna in central Brazil.
Estrondo's soya is traded and exported by big companies including Bunge and Cargill to feed the meat and dairy industry.
Estrondo has just renewed a licence to clear a further 25K hectares of land putting more pressure on local communities
who face threats, intimidations and violence from the security employed by the mega-farms and even from police.

During a visit in May 2019 to a community in the Estrondo Estate, in the municipality of Formosa do Rio Preto, Western Bahia, in Brazil's Cerrado region, Greenpeace Brazil and accompanying journalists were caught up in an armed raid, witnessing first-hand the aggression used against local people. Despite court rulings supporting their land rights, communities all over the Cerrado have have faced violence and intimidation as agribusiness expanded across the region.
Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (French version)
29 May, 2019
Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (French version)
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Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (graphics only)
29 May, 2019
Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (graphics only)
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Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (English version)
29 May, 2019
Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (English version)
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Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (clean version)
29 May, 2019
Armed Raids and Soya Production in Estrondo, Brazi - Web Video (clean version)
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