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Indigenous peoples in Argentina: “We are strangers in our own country”

Headline Title:  Indigenous peoples in Argentina: “We are strangers in our own country” 09 August 2013 "We want to live as human beings. We don’t want to be considered as strangers in our own country, poor or useless. We want to live without discrimination. We don’t want blood shed, we just want to reclaim our community,” said to Amnesty International Félix Díaz, leader of the Qom indigenous community of Potae Napocna Navogoh (La Primavera), in the province of Formosa, Argentina.For decades, indigenous peoples in Argentina have been treated like second class citizens, subjected to…

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