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COLOMBIA - The Pipeline War, November, 2002



THE STORY
Synopsis of "The Pipeline War"


CHARTING THE WORLD'S OIL
Interactive Map of Global Oil


WHO'S WHO
Context for the Pipeline War


PHOTO ESSAY
Civilians Caught in the Crossfire


U.S. CORPORATE INTERESTS
Occidental Petroleum, BP, and more


FACTS & STATS
Learn More about Colombia


LINKS & RESOURCES
Human Rights, Colombia's Civil War, Media Resources


MAP


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Photo Essay: Civilians Caught in the Crossfire

 

Counterguerrilla soldiers of the Colombian army chase FARC rebels near Puerto Rico, Caqueta state.

Civilians flee fighting between the Colombian military and FARC guerrillas in southern Colombia.

A woman and her child hide from gunfire during combat between FARC guerrillas and the Colombian army on the road to San Vicente, Caqueta.

Civilians take to low ground to hide from gun-fire on the road to San Vicente, Caqueta.

Civilians hide behind their car, caught in the midst of a fire-fight between FARC rebels and the Colombian army on the road to San Vicente, Caqueta state.

A young girl flees the scene of combat between the Colombian army (pictured here) and FARC guerrillas on the road to San Vicente, Caqueta state.

Field workers haul a civilian killed in the midst of a turf war between FARC guerrillas and AUC paramilitaries.

Villagers in the southern Colombian town of El Placer look at the bodies of civilians killed in a turf war between guerrillas and paramilitaries.

 

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