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Colombia Has Most Disappeared in All of Latin America: Report | News | teleSUR English


Colombia Has Most Disappeared in All of Latin America: Report | News | teleSUR English: The 423-page report, titled, “Until We Find Them,” is the product of a lengthy investigation involving interviews with experts, human rights defenders, and victims of forced disappearances.

The staggering figure, which accounts for the years 1970 to 2015, translates into three people disappeared per day. During the height of the phenomenon, between the years 1996 and 2005, a person was disappeared every 2-and-half hour

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