RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Several authorities denounced that this Sunday alleged armed civilians shot at a group of indigenous people who were demonstrating on the outskirts of the Colombian city of Cali, leaving several wounded.
The Regional Indigenous Council of Cauca (CRIC) reported that around 2:20 in the afternoon, the indigenous march (minga), composed of several vans, was attacked "by a pro-Uribe mob in conjunction with public forces", who were trying to remove the blockade in that area of Cañasgordas, in the south of the city.
"We have received so far the report of 8 wounded, indigenous . . .