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This map from the Pan-Amazonian Socio-Territorial Conflict Atlas (2017-2018) shows that Brazil, which comprises 60% of the Pan-Amazon's territorial area, tops the list of the largest number of conflicts, 995 of the total, followed by 227 conflicts in Colombia, 69 in Peru and 17 in Bolivia. (CNS/Courtesy of GRUTER, Research and Extension Group on Land and Territory in the Amazon)
This map from the Pan-Amazonian Socio-Territorial Conflict Atlas (2017-2018) shows 995 conflicts in Brazil, 227 conflicts in Colombia, 69 in Peru and 17 in Bolivia. (CNS/Courtesy of GRUTER, Research and Extension Group on Land and Territory in the Amazon)