Projet Accompagnement Solidarité Colombie

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  1. ARMY AND POLICE CONTINUE TO ABUSE AND HARASS THE CIVILIAN POPULATION OF CATATUMBO

    The Association for Promoting Social Alternatives MINGA has notified the national and international public of new crimes and abuses of the police and military forces against the citizens of the Catatumbo region in Colombia. The facts: (...)

  2. I 79- AGUILAS NEGRAS WILL RAID HUMANITARIAN AND BIODIVERSITY ZONES

    Español Français Curvaradó – Jiguamiandó Renewal of sowing and extraction of African Palm “We will enter El Tesoro (HZ) and El Limón (BZ) where there are many people reclaiming their land” said an ex-paramilitary. SUMMARY Threats of paramilitary incursion (...)

  3. I 55- DEL MONTE- MULTIFRUIT USA: THREATS AND DESTRUCTION

    INFORME 55 CACARICA-CAVIDA (...)

  4. I 74- New protection tactics for palm oil and false accusations against national and international human rights organisations

    New protection tactics for palm oil and logging company interests. (...)

  5. I 75- Possible Paramilitary Intrigues, FAMILY OF ENRIQUE PETRO IN DANGER

    » armado conocido como “Piroloco”, expresó que dentro de los planes “en este momento no era posible tocar (...)

  6. SUPPORT SIX NATIONS: CALL FOR LETTERS

    1. RECENT UPDATE FROM HAZEL HILL Kanonhstaton, September 7th, 2006 Good Morning from Grand River. The sun has just peaked over the tree line and the world is looking beautiful and serene. Inside my house everyone is busy getting ready for school and work. (...)

  7. I 71- Intimidation, threats against the people of the Humanitarian Zones and from the Reservation Zone

    The warnings, intimidations, and pressure of the XVII Brigade military units and police agents, the business owners and armed civilians against the inhabitants of the Humanitarian Zone of Curvarado were frequent since mid-April when farmers returned to Cu (...)

  8. The 17th Brigade threatens the Returnof the Afrocolombians

    Serious signaling against the international observers. Leaders of the Humanitarian Zones of the Jiguamiendo put in judicial processes While in the areas around Bajira, they collect 100 000 Colombian pesos ($35 US) of the resources financed by the Forest G (...)

  9. Interview with Iván Cepeda: “In Colombia, impunity is being resolved largely by the actions of social movements”

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  10. Foreign Aid to Mining Firms: CIDA teams up with NGOs to do development work at mine sites

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