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Indigenous leader of Jagua Community Assassinated

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The Orewa association denounces the selective murder of the Cabildo elder of an Awá community in Nuquí-Chocó during the morning of today, 21 October 2012.  The leader of the community, known as  Leobigildo Cunanpi Quiro, approximately 39 years old, was viciously killed by an armed group after  finishing an important meeting with his community.  The perpetrators have still not identified themselves, and there is no clear understanding within the community as to the exact causes which brought about this terrible act, but which certainly originated from his position of leadership, struggle and resistance, in the face of the violation of human rights in this territory of the Department of Chocó.

OREWA

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Thousands march against La Colosa Gold Mine in Ibagué

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Thousands of Colombians took to the streets of Ibagué, Tolima, yesterday to express their opposition to the proposed AngloGold Ashanti La Colosa gold mine.  Here are some photos of the Fourth March/Carnival in Defence of Water and Life.

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ACIN: Indigenous leader in Toribio assassinated

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The sixth front of the FARC cowardly murdered the ex-councillor and indigenous leader of the community of Toribio, Cauca.

Indignation, condemnation, pain and fury are being felt by the Nasa people of northern Cauca after the vile murder of our great fighter Salatiel Méndez Secue, 40 years of age, a commoner, former councillor to the ASI [Alianza Social Indígena] and indigenous leader belonging to the reserve and municipality of Toribio, Cauca.

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Cajamarca Youth Invitation to March Against Mining

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Once again Tolima, Colombia and the rest of the world will come together to show that we oppose the so-called "mining locomotive" being imposed upon us by the Colombian government.  It does not take into account the dignity of the people, our sacred territories, our flora and fauna, our mountains, water and life on our territory.  We will take to the streets in a peaceful manner with joy, unity, love, happiness, and environmental awareness, as part of the fourth march to defend life in our territories.

Young people say no to the mine

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Amazon Indigenous Support Cauca Mobilizations

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The Indigenous organizations and communities of Macro Amazonia have issued a statement relating to the current situation of violence and human rights violations and infringement of international human rights law that our indigenous brothers and sisters are suffering in the department of Cauca and, in general, on a national level.

Amazon Indigenous

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The London Mining Network (LMN) is an alliance of human rights, development and environmental groups. We pledge to expose the role of companies, funders and government in the promotion of unacceptable mining projects.