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Mas muertos por enfrentamientos entre ind�genas y colonos en el caribe de Nicaragua. | (SNN)


Mas muertos por enfrentamientos entre ind�genas y colonos en el caribe de Nicaragua. | (SNN): The leader of the Miskito ethnic in northern Nicaragua Caribbean, Susana Marlen, known as Big Mama, confirmed the death of another indigenous Benito Francisco Sipti Lenin Fonseca hospital in Managua, after being shot by settlers who have invaded several lands Waspan sector, Puerto Cabezas.Mama Great has requested assistance from the government, the Red Cross and other institutions, but have given back to this land dispute that has already several years. Susana Nicaragua because the state not to intervene in this coflicto that has so far left at least 25 dead so far this year and several families displaced. "The situation of the Miskito indigenous communities is complicated," he said on his part in a statement the Council of Elders of the Atlantic Coast, Nicaragua Moskitia.

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