A member of Brazil's Landless Movement poses beneath the national flag atop Corcovado mountain in Rio de Janeiro, prior to launching a demand for large scale agrarian reform in the country, April 29, 2005. Brazil's rural workers will begin their 180 mile journey in the 'National March for Land Reform' on May 1 from the city of Goiania in central Brazil and converge on the capital of Brasilia 30 days later. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos  SM/GN
RM2CPFC29A member of Brazil's Landless Movement poses beneath the national flag atop Corcovado mountain in Rio de Janeiro, prior to launching a demand for large scale agrarian reform in the country, April 29, 2005. Brazil's rural workers will begin their 180 mile journey in the 'National March for Land Reform' on May 1 from the city of Goiania in central Brazil and converge on the capital of Brasilia 30 days later. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos SM/GN
A member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) chant slogans next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes  SM/HB
RM2D3F9FXA member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) chant slogans next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/HB
A member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) chant slogans next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes  SM/HB
RM2D3TX9FA member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) chant slogans next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/HB
A member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) lights a candle next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes  SM/HB
RM2D3Y8WJA member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) lights a candle next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/HB
A member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) lights a candle next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes  SM/HB
RM2D4E4F9A member of Brazil's Landless Movement (MST) lights a candle next to coffins during a demonstration in Rio de Janeiro April 16, 2004, marking the eighth anniversary of a police massacre of 19 rural workers. Landless workers, trade unions and Roman Catholic Church groups have called for a day of protests to remember those killed in the 1996 massacre in which police opened fire on farmers demanding land in the remote in Eldorado dos Carajas, Northeastern Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/HB