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Internally Displaced Indigenous in Colombia

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Internally Displaced Indigenous in Colombia

Indigenous children in the town of Rio Sucio, the gateway to the drug lanes in Colombia and to the north, play in the river. Indigenous families displaced by civil conflict move to towns where they find more security and are able to get work, get educated and better themselves. 19/Jun/2006. UN Photo/Mark Garten. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/

Posted by United Nations Photo on 2009-02-26 19:55:31

Tagged: , Rio Sucio , Colombia , Indigenous People , UN Photo

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