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  1. Lands and Conflict: Extractive Industries in Colombia

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  2. Colombia's Mining Boom

    a bottleneck, Bogota has since dismissed some 20,000 other permit applications. Regardless, NGOs say new permits ... advisory group in Washington. "Then you put the FARC in the mix and you take everything to a new ... much harder to grow coca because of eradication, so what are my options?" one miner told The New (...)

  3. The Divided Guajira

    of San Juan and the new multimode port Brisas in Dibulla, which they have started to plan. It is a new (...)

  4. Profiting from Repression: Canadian Investment in and Trade with Colombia

    presented in bold type in this report is new information; that presented in normal type is from the 2006 edition of the report which is still relevant. About 80% of the information is new. Published by Canadian (...)

  5. Amazonian Indigenous Visit Parliament, Demand Talisman Leave Territory

    today during a press conference on Parliament Hill. The press conference was sponsored by New Democratic ... have adopted a steadfast opposition to any new oil activities on their lands. In 2008 and 2010 Achuar (...)

  6. Small-Scale Miners in Nariño Face Crackdown as Foreign Companies Set Sights on Colombia

    of a new mining code in 2001 and new policies meant to crackdown on informal mining, the Colombian ... between small-scale miners and multinationals, and that along with passing new regulations it is providing ... how new government policies can benefit them. "It's hard to tell which is better, having (...)

  7. Chiquita Banana To Face Colombia Torture Claim

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  8. Paramilitary to testify Drummond paid to kill unionists: Victims' lawyer

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  9. SINALTRAINAL leader Luciano Enrique Romero Molina assassinated (Nestle)

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  10. Small-farm families in northern Nariño stand to lose their land to mining companies

    the surface. Then the land began to acquire a new use, causing great uncertainty and conflict as residents were ... 500–700 meters below the surface, was initially placed here. But then new drilling sites were set up ... Development Agency (CIDA) and the World Bank.   The new version of the law gives foreign companies the same (...)

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