News Footage / Apr 14, 2013

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Displaced indigenous Colombians are seen in an urban settlement The ONIC (National Indigenous Organization of Colombia) estimates that in 2011 there was a displacement of 5327 indigenous people, this amount was doubled in 2012. The ONIC warning calls, in its accounts of indigenous people in Colombia, that they are on the verge of extinction, due to the assassination of its members and the forced displacement towards urban areas brought on by armed conflicts. The total indigenous population in Colombia is estimated at 1.4 million, 3.4% of the country's population. Numerous vies of a settlement occupied by displaced indigenous Nasa people in a mountainous area in Cali, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia, on April 13, 2013. Images
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Cali Colombia South America America Are Jämtland Norrland Sweden Scandinavia Northern Europe Europe (Continent) Latin America
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