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RTR3AZYQ
November 28, 2012
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan boy is pictured in the Chagres River on the outskirts of Panama City November...
Panama City, Panama
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan boy is pictured in the Chagres River on the outskirts of Panama City
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan boy is pictured in the Chagres River on the outskirts of Panama City November 28, 2012. According to residents, the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group, originally from Darien providence, have been migrating towards the capital over the past 60 years, eventually settling on the outskirts of Panama City. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
PANAMA/
RTR3AZYN
November 28, 2012
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan woman hangs clothes to dry on the washing line in her community on the outskirts...
Panama City, Panama
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan woman hangs clothes to dry on the washing line in her community on the outskirts...
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan woman hangs clothes to dry on the washing line in her community on the outskirts of Panama City November 28, 2012. According to residents, the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group, originally from Darien providence, have been migrating towards the capital over the past 60 years, eventually settling on the outskirts of Panama City. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
PANAMA/
RTR3AZYK
November 28, 2012
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan girl walks with a flower in her hand in her community on the outskirts of...
Panama City, Panama
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan girl walks with a flower in her hand in her community on the outskirts of...
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan girl walks with a flower in her hand in her community on the outskirts of Panama City November 28, 2012. According to residents, the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group, originally from Darien providence, have been migrating towards the capital over the past 60 years, eventually settling on the outskirts of Panama City. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
PANAMA/
RTR3AZYH
November 28, 2012
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan girl is pictured in her home on the outskirts of Panama City November 28,...
Panama City, Panama
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan family rests in their home on the outskirts of Panama City
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan girl is pictured in her home on the outskirts of Panama City November 28, 2012. According to residents, the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group, originally from Darien providence, have been migrating towards the capital over the past 60 years, eventually settling on the outskirts of Panama City. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
PANAMA/
RTR3AZYD
November 28, 2012
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan family rests in their home on the outskirts of Panama City November 28,...
Panama City, Panama
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan family rests in their home on the outskirts of Panama City
An indigenous Embera-Wounaan family rests in their home on the outskirts of Panama City November 28, 2012. According to residents, the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group originally from Darien providence have been migrating towards the capital over the past 60 years, eventually settling on the outskirts of Panama City. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
PANAMA/
RTR3AZYC
November 28, 2012
Members of the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group are pictured by the Chagres River on the outskirts of...
Panama City, Panama
Members of the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group are pictured by the Chagres River on the outskirts of...
Members of the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group are pictured by the Chagres River on the outskirts of Panama City November 28, 2012. According to residents, the indigenous Embera-Wounaan group originally from Darien providence have been migrating towards the capital over the past 60 years, eventually settling on the outskirts of Panama City. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
PANAMA-DRUGS/
RTR2ECX3
May 26, 2010
A girl from the Embera tribe looks through the wooden planks of a hut in her community in Punta Grande...
Darien, Panama
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A girl from the Embera tribe looks through the wooden planks of a hut in her community in Punta Grande Darien February 17, 2010. Drug-running Colombian rebels are using the dense, lawless jungle joining North and South America to smuggle cocaine past sea patrols, creating a new troublespot in the continent's drug war. Picture taken February 17, 2010. To match Feature PANAMA-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA
RTR222OF
September 19, 2008
Embera kids play marbles while waiting for Bolivia's President Evo Morales to arrive in Panama City September...
Panama, Panama
Embera kids play marbles while waiting for Bolivia's President Evo Morales to arrive in Panama City
Embera kids play marbles while waiting for Bolivia's President Evo Morales to arrive in Panama City September 19, 2008. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
PANAMA/
RTR1P412
April 28, 2007
An indigenous Embera Wounaan child sucks his thumb in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province, on the...
SAN FELIX, Panama
An indigenous Embera Wounaan child sucks his thumb in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province
An indigenous Embera Wounaan child sucks his thumb in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province, on the border with Colombia, April 27, 2007. Panama's President Martin Torrijos visited Santa Fe to listen to the villagers' complaints, while giving them titles to their land and $35 to each family a month for food. The villagers said that Colombian guerrillas are recruiting them to shop for the guerrillas, leading the Panamanian police to try and control the amount of groceries being purchased. They also said that legitimate shopping is being confiscated, causing some families to have not enough to eat. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
PANAMA/
RTR1P410
April 28, 2007
Members of an indigenous Embera Wounaan family rest in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province, on the...
SAN FELIX, Panama
Members of an indigenous Embera Wounaan family rest in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province
Members of an indigenous Embera Wounaan family rest in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province, on the border with Colombia, April 27, 2007. Panama's President Martin Torrijos visited Santa Fe to listen to the villagers' complaints, while giving them titles to their land and $35 to each family a month for food. The villagers said that Colombian guerrillas are recruiting them to shop for the guerrillas, leading the Panamanian police to try and control the amount of groceries being purchased. They also said that legitimate shopping is being confiscated, causing some families to have not enough to eat. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
PANAMA/
RTR1P40Y
April 28, 2007
Members of an indigenous Embera Wounaan family rest in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province, on the...
SAN FELIX, Panama
Members of an indigenous Embera Wounaan family rest in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province
Members of an indigenous Embera Wounaan family rest in Santa Fe in the southern Darien province, on the border with Colombia, April 27, 2007. Panama's President Martin Torrijos visited Santa Fe to listen to the villagers' complaints, while giving them titles to their land and $35 to each family a month for food. The villagers said that Colombian guerrillas are recruiting them to shop for the guerrillas, leading the Panamanian police to try and control the amount of groceries being purchased. They also said that legitimate shopping is being confiscated, causing some families to have not enough to eat. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
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