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Armed conflicts cause displacement, protests in Colombian port

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Buenaventura, Feb 5 (EFE).- Armed clashes between gangs and the worsening of violence over territorial control in the Colombian port city of Buenaventura caused a wave of displacement and a protest against the violence Friday. (Camera: JUAN DIEGO LOPEZ).SHOT LIST: RESIDENTS OF BUENAVENTURA, COLOMBIA, PROTEST AGAINST THE VIOLENCE AND B-ROLL OF THE CITY OF BUENAVENTURA, COLOMBIA.

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