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  1. DENOUNCEMENT IN RESPONSE TO THE MASSIVE DETENTIONS IN THE CITY OF BOGOTÁ

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  2. NARIÑO BATALLION ATTACKS COMMUNITY OF EL PARAISO IN SOUTHERN BOLIVAR PROVINCE

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  3. PERSECUTION OF SOCIAL MOVEMENT – developments with the murder of Carlos Alberto Pedraza and the detention of Alexander Tibacuy Laguado

    Les détails du cas de Carlos Alberto et des informations concernant celui de d'Alexander Tibacuy Laguado, arrêté peu après l'assassinat de Carlos. Ce deuxième cas semble participer de la même vague de persécutions envers le mouvement social en C (...)

  4. Violent expulsion in cantagallo, SOUTHERN BOLÍVAR: One resident dead in ESMAD attack

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  5. Carlos Alberto Pedraza Salcedo, People's congress leader assassinated

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  6. DETENTION OF RAFAEL CABARCAS, EDWIN CASTRO, HUGO LAGOS and LUIS JINETE

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  7. Rios Vivos in Canada for the Defence of Life

    Français Español Rios Vivos, a movement born in 2008 in opposition to the Hidroituango project, is touring Canada to demand an end to international complicity with the hydroelectric company's death practices. Like the current of rivers, which resist (...)

  8. La Piedra- Bulletin d'informations et d'analyses sur l'extractivisme- Décembre2019

    are one of the 5 Wet’suwet’en Clan Groups. Since the last Ice Age we have governed ourselves on the ancestral territories without the influence of other Wet’suwet’en Clans or other Nations. For thousands (...)

  9. Thoughts about education from prison

    Español Français Julian Gil is a political prisoner, member of Congreso de los Pueblos and Red de Hermandad. He has been detained since June 6, 2018, waiting for his trial, because of a judiciary frame-up. PASC supports the international campaign for his (...)

  10. Colombian students take to the streets against police repression

    Thousands of students came out on to the streets of Bogota on October 10 for the National March against the violent state repression against protesters. The police and ESMAD units had earlier unleashed violence against students mobilizing against fund cut (...)

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