Colombia: Nukak Maku Indigenous Peoples Forced to Leave Their Territory

In Colombia Passport, Albeiro Rodas writes: “An indigenous leader of the Nukak Maku peoples, a group of nomads in the State of Guaviare, Amazon region, denounced in a session in San José with the Senate commission for human rights and international observers, that members of the Farc guerrilla forced them to leave their territories. Other three indigenous groups of the region were affected, he said.”

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