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Peru: Road Blockades in San Martín Region

The Blog de Ideeleradio – Red Nacional informs about the road blockade protests by 7,000 members of indigenous communities in the cities of Tarapoto and Yurimaguas. They say that they are protesting against government measures that will violate their right to stay on their land.

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  • […] good for mining and oil exploration, and some say that is where the real intentions lie. Recently these protests have restarted throughout different parts of the Amazon region, Tarapoto, Yurimaguas, the Napo Rivers, and other […]

  • […] good for mining and oil exploration, and some say that is where the real intentions lie. Recently these protests have restarted throughout different parts of the Amazon region, Tarapoto, Yurimaguas, the Napo Rivers, and other […]

  • […] good for mining and oil exploration, and some say that is where the real intentions lie. Recently these protests have restarted throughout different parts of the Amazon region, Tarapoto, Yurimaguas, the Napo Rivers, and other […]

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