Uprooted by war, Colombian indigenous people doubt peace

Ariel, a traditional Embera indigenous doctor, remains at a shelter for displaced Embera people in Bogota, ColombiaWhen Delfina Wazorna thinks back on the home she left behind, she remembers machine guns, armed men and death threats. It makes the Embera indigenous woman skeptical of the peace deal that Colombia’s government and its main rebel group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), have vowed to sign in the first three months of the new year.

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