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BOLIVIA: 69-Year-Old Native Leader Heads 1,500-Km March

Published on Friday 25 June 2010 - 18:34

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Indigenous elder Ernesto Noé, 69, is once again leading his people on a long march from Bolivia's Amazon jungle, to protest environmental damages caused by the oil industry and demand respect for...
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