Vendors sell meat on the main square of Planadas, Colombia. In the nearby village of Palmera, the local Nasa tribe has the nation’s only existing peace agreement with FARC guerrillas.
Vendors sell meat on the main square of Planadas, Colombia. In the nearby village of Palmera, the local Nasa tribe has the nation’s only existing peace agreement with FARC guerrillas. Thomas Wagner Special to the Miami Herald
Vendors sell meat on the main square of Planadas, Colombia. In the nearby village of Palmera, the local Nasa tribe has the nation’s only existing peace agreement with FARC guerrillas. Thomas Wagner Special to the Miami Herald

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