From left, Puwaanch Kintui Antich, Jiyukam Irar Miik, Peas Peas Ayui, and Ampush Ayui Chayat. They are leaders of the Achuar indigenous people from the rain forest in Peru flew. They flew 8,000 kilometres to beseech Talisman Energy Inc., the Calgary-based oil and gas conglomerate, to stop drilling in their territory. But first, they wanted to see a Canadian oil patch for themselves, and meet the aboriginal people who lived there.
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