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Indigenous People Confront Army In Colombia
Members of the Nasa indigenous group are fed up of being in the cross-fire of Colombia's conflict and physically removed Colombian soldiers from an outpost in the southwestern province of Cauca.

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Members of the Nasa indigenous group drag a soldier during an attack on half a dozen soldiers guarding a communications tower on the outskirts of Toribio, southern Colombia, Tuesday, July 17, 2012.

(AP2012)

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Six soldiers were attacked and dragged along the ground by dozens of indigenous people demanding the departure of security forces and guerrillas fighters because of their constant fighting.

(AP2012)

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Residents of the Cauca region surround a soldier who fell to the ground. They have demanded that security forces and leftist rebels stay off their land. 

(AP2012)

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The soldiers dropped their guns, never firing. No injuries were reported.

(AP2012)

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A soldier is dragged away in Toribio, Colombia.

(AP2012)

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Residents have demanded that security forces and leftist rebels stay off their land.

(AP2012)

Indigenous People Confront Army In Colombia

Members of the Nasa indigenous group are fed up of being in the cross-fire of Colombia's conflict and physically removed Colombian soldiers from an outpost in the southwestern province of Cauca.

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