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Interview: The War in Colombia’s Catatumbo Region

Who are the armed groups and what are they fighting over?  F: There are three armed groups in Catatumbo. The largest one and most powerful is the Army of National Liberation (ELN), a left-wing guerilla group formed in the 1960s. The second largest is the Population Liberation Army (EPL), a hold-out from a larger guerilla group that demobilized in the 1990s. These two groups are fighting each other and the Colombian army. Then there is a smaller and less-organized group formed by former FARC members.  August 8, 2019 Report The War in Catatumbo Abuses by Armed Groups Against Civilians Including…

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