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Mapuche Indian Land Dispute - 21 Nov 2009
Mapuche Indian Land Dispute - 21 Nov 2009
CHILE/
RTXQQ2T
November 14, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian boy stands in front of other members of the community in Temucuicui, Angol town...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian boy stands in front of other members of the community in Temucuicui
A native Mapuche Indian boy stands in front of other members of the community in Temucuicui, Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYV3
November 20, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian shows her field in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian shows her field in Temuco city
A native Mapuche Indian shows her field in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQQ2N
November 14, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian girl plays with a toy gun at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city,...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian girl plays with a toy gun at Temucuicui village
A native Mapuche Indian girl plays with a toy gun at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUF
November 20, 2009
Juan Katrilaf, a native Mapuche Indian, shows his wound in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south...
Santiago, Chile
Juan Katrilaf, a native Mapuche Indian, shows his wound in Temuco city
Juan Katrilaf, a native Mapuche Indian, shows his wound in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Katrilaf was injured during clashes with police in a land dispute in southern Chile. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS)
CHILE/
RTXQYV0
November 20, 2009
Native Mapuche Indian children ride a horse in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago...
Santiago, Chile
Native Mapuche Indian children ride a horse in Temuco city
Native Mapuche Indian children ride a horse in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUO
November 20, 2009
A group of Mapuche Indians arrive at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420...
Santiago, Chile
A group of Mapuche Indians arrive at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city
A group of Mapuche Indians arrive at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUQ
November 20, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian woman walks at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian woman walks at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city
A native Mapuche Indian woman walks at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYV2
November 20, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian woman stands whit her daughter in Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian woman stands whit her daughter in Temucuicui village
A native Mapuche Indian woman stands whit her daughter in Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQQ7Q
November 14, 2009
A member of the Mapuches Indians Movement walks with a baby in the community of Temucuicui in Angol town...
Santiago, Chile
A member of the Mapuches Indians Movement walks with a baby in Temucuicuimuco
A member of the Mapuches Indians Movement walks with a baby in the community of Temucuicui in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. The banner reads, "Autonomous Community of Temucuicui." REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQQ2V
November 14, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian man stands near wooden spears at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian man stands near wooden spears at Temucuicui village
A native Mapuche Indian man stands near wooden spears at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUK
November 20, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian holds a horn between her hands at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian holds a horn between her hands at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco...
A native Mapuche Indian holds a horn between her hands at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUN
November 20, 2009
Members of the Mapuche Indian Movement ride horses as they patrol their territory in the community of...
Santiago, Chile
Members of the Mapuche Indian Movement ride horses as they patrol their territory in the community of...
Members of the Mapuche Indian Movement ride horses as they patrol their territory in the community of Temucuicui in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUT
November 20, 2009
Camilo Huinchullan, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, writes a letter inside Angol jail near Temuco...
Santiago, Chile
Camilo Huinchullan, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, writes a letter inside Angol jail near Temuco...
Camilo Huinchullan, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, writes a letter inside Angol jail near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. The government in recent years has utilized the anti-terrorism law to control and imprison the Mapuches to control their protests. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUL
November 20, 2009
Jose Ovaldo, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, speaks inside Angol jail near Temuco city, some...
Santiago, Chile
Jose Ovaldo, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, speaks inside Angol jail near Temuco city
Jose Ovaldo, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, speaks inside Angol jail near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. The government in recent years has utilized the anti-terrorism law to control and imprison the Mapuches to control their protests. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
CHILE/
RTXQQ4L
November 14, 2009
Jose Keipul, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, smokes a cigarette inside Angol jail near Temuco...
Santiago, Chile
Keipul, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, smokes a cigarette inside Angol jail near Temuco city...
Jose Keipul, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, smokes a cigarette inside Angol jail near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. The government in recent years has utilized the anti-terrorism law to control and imprison the Mapuches to control their protests. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)
CHILE/
RTXQQ4K
November 14, 2009
Jose Keipul, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, speaks with members of the media inside Angol jail...
Santiago, Chile
Keipul, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, speaks with members of the media inside Angol jail near...
Jose Keipul, a member of the Mapuche Indian Movement, speaks with members of the media inside Angol jail near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. The government in recent years has utilized the anti-terrorism law to control and imprison the Mapuches to control their protests. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)
CHILE/
RTXQQ72
November 14, 2009
A group of Mapuche Indians with wooden spears ride horses as they monitor their territory in the community...
Santiago, Chile
A group of Mapuche Indians with wooden spears ride horses as they monitor their territory in Temucuicui...
A group of Mapuche Indians with wooden spears ride horses as they monitor their territory in the community of Temucuicui in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUY
November 20, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian girl plays in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian girl plays in Temuco city
A native Mapuche Indian girl plays in Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUI
November 20, 2009
Native Mapuche Indian children play in Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km...
Santiago, Chile
Native Mapuche Indian children play in Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city
Native Mapuche Indian children play in Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYV1
November 20, 2009
A native Mapuche Indian boy plays near horses at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some...
Santiago, Chile
A native Mapuche Indian boy plays near horses at Temucuicui village
A native Mapuche Indian boy plays near horses at Temucuicui village in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago November 17, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Víctor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXQYUX
November 20, 2009
A group of Mapuche Indians ride horses as they patrol their territory in the community of Temucuicui...
Santiago, Chile
A group of Mapuche Indians ride horses as they patrol their territory in the community of Temucuicui...
A group of Mapuche Indians ride horses as they patrol their territory in the community of Temucuicui in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, November 14, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics and to claim from the government their ancestral rights to the land. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTXPKKR
October 12, 2009
A supporter of the Mapuche Indian movement wears a mask during a rally against Columbus Day in downtown...
Santiago, Chile
A supporter of the Mapuche Indian movement wears a mask during a rally against Columbus Day in downtown...
A supporter of the Mapuche Indian movement wears a mask during a rally against Columbus Day in downtown Santiago October 12, 2009. This year marks the 517th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' arrival to the Americas. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHILE/
RTXPKLO
October 12, 2009
Supporters of the Mapuche Indian movement yell slogans during a rally against Columbus Day in downtown...
Santiago, Chile
Supporters of the Mapuche Indian movement yell slogans during a rally against Columbus Day in downtown...
Supporters of the Mapuche Indian movement yell slogans during a rally against Columbus Day in downtown Santiago October 12, 2009. This year marks the 517th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' arrival to the Americas. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE SOCIETY POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHILE/
RTXPKL9
October 12, 2009
Supporters of the Mapuche Indian movement stand behind a mock jail during a rally against Columbus Day...
Santiago, Chile
Supporters of the Mapuche Indian movement stand behind a mock jail during a rally against Columbus Day...
Supporters of the Mapuche Indian movement stand behind a mock jail during a rally against Columbus Day in downtown Santiago October 12, 2009. This year marks the 517th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' arrival to the Americas. The banner reads "Bicentenary 2010" and " Don't dirty my land where I play with their bullets and their tear gas. Don't hit my parents and grandparents". REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR26SR8
August 17, 2009
A member of the Mapuches Indians Movement stands guard during the burial ceremony of Jaime Facundo Mendoza...
Temuco, Chile
A member of the Mapuches Indians Movement stands guard during the burial ceremony of Collio near Temuco...
A member of the Mapuches Indians Movement stands guard during the burial ceremony of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio, who was killed during clashes with riot police, near Temuco city, some 680 km (422 miles) south of Santiago, August 16, 2009. Collio, 24, died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHILE/
RTR26PMY
August 14, 2009
A woman stands next to the coffin containing the body of Faculdo Mendoza Collio, who died during clashes...
Temuco, Chile
A woman stands next to the coffin of Collio in Chile
A woman stands next to the coffin containing the body of Faculdo Mendoza Collio, who died during clashes with the Chilean police at Rekem Pillan Indian community, some 680 km (422 miles) south of Santiago, August 14, 2009. Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian, died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. REUTERS/Francisco Negroni (CHILE CONFLICT)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR273TV
August 25, 2009
A relative of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio, a Mapuche Indian who died after being shot by Chilean police,...
Temuco, Chile
A relative of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio waits outside the Chilean army quarters of the military prosecutor...
A relative of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio, a Mapuche Indian who died after being shot by Chilean police, waits outside the Chilean army quarters of the military prosecutor in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, August 25, 2009. Mendoza was shot dead during a land dispute near "Rekem Pillan" Indian community in southern Chile. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS SOCIETY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1E58S05F101
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR26SR5
August 17, 2009
Members of the Mapuches Indians Movement ride their horses as a Chilean Mapuche stands guard during the...
Temuco, Chile
Members of the Mapuches Indians Movement ride their horses during the burial ceremony of Collio near...
Members of the Mapuches Indians Movement ride their horses as a Chilean Mapuche stands guard during the burial ceremony of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio, who was killed during clashes with riot police, near Temuco city, some 680 km (422 miles) south of Santiago, August 16, 2009. Collio, 24, died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR26PY5
August 15, 2009
Riot policemen arrest a member of the Mapuches Indians Movement during a rally against clashes with the...
Santiago, Chile
Riot policemen arrest a member of the Mapuches Indians Movement during a rally to mark Mendoza Collio's...
Riot policemen arrest a member of the Mapuches Indians Movement during a rally against clashes with the police, where one Mapuche Indian was killed, about 680 km (422 miles) south of Santiago, August 14, 2009. Jaime Mendoza Collio, 24, died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTR270Z4
August 23, 2009
Members of the local Mapuche Indian communities gather during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez...
Temuco, Chile
Members of the local Mapuche Indian communities gather during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez...
Members of the local Mapuche Indian communities gather during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. Members of the Mapuche communities are meeting to discuss Chile´s indigenous politics after the death of Jaime Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. Picture taken August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE/
RTR26ZPD
August 22, 2009
A nurse cleans Osvaldo Millanao's wound, a native Mapuche Indian, known as "Lonko" or "Mapuche authority"...
Temuco, Chile
A nurse cleans Osvaldo Millanao's wound in Ercilla town near Temuco city
A nurse cleans Osvaldo Millanao's wound, a native Mapuche Indian, known as "Lonko" or "Mapuche authority" in his Mapudungun language, in Ercilla town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 21, 2009. Millanao was injured during clashes with police in a land dispute in southern Chile. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHILE/
RTR26OCQ
August 13, 2009
Police arrest a member of the Mapuches Indians Movement during a rally in front of the Government Palace...
Santiago, Chile
Police arrest a member of the Mapuches Indians Movement during a rally in front of the Government Palace...
Police arrest a member of the Mapuches Indians Movement during a rally in front of the Government Palace in Santiago August 13, 2009. The rally was held to protest the death of Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Caballero (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR2726G
August 24, 2009
Carlos Curinao known as "Lonko", a native Mapuche Indian, stands with crutches at the Huanaco Mellao...
Temuco, Chile
Curinao stands with crutches at the Huanaco Mellao Indian community in Ercilla town near Temuco city
Carlos Curinao known as "Lonko", a native Mapuche Indian, stands with crutches at the Huanaco Mellao Indian community in Ercilla town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 23, 2009. Curinao was injured during clashes with Chilean policemen in a land dispute in southern Chile. Lonko means Mapuche authority. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR27108
August 23, 2009
A member of the local Mapuche Indian community blows into a horn during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto...
Temuco, Chile
A member of the local Mapuche Indian community blows into a horn during a "Xrawen" at Puerto Dominguez...
A member of the local Mapuche Indian community blows into a horn during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. The people are meeting to discuss about Chile's indigenous politics after the death of Jaime Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. Picture taken August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR273U8
August 25, 2009
Relatives of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio, a Mapuche Indian who died after being shot by Chilean police,...
Temuco, Chile
Relatives of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio wait outside the Chilean army quarters of the military prosecutor...
Relatives of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio, a Mapuche Indian who died after being shot by Chilean police, wait outside the Chilean army quarters of the military prosecutor in Angol town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago, August 25, 2009. Mendoza was shot dead during a land dispute near "Rekem Pillan" Indian community in southern Chile. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY POLITICS)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR26SR0
August 17, 2009
Chilean Mapuches Indians carry the casket containing the body of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio who was...
Temuco, Chile
Chilean Mapuches Indians carry the casket containing the body of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio near Temuco...
Chilean Mapuches Indians carry the casket containing the body of Jaime Facundo Mendoza Collio who was killed during clashes with riot policemen, near Temuco city some 680 km (422 miles) south of Santiago August 16, 2009. Collio, 24, died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR27107
August 23, 2009
People of the local Mapuche Indian community take a walk during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez...
Temuco, Chile
People of the local Mapuche Indian community take a walk during a "Xrawen" at Puerto Dominguez town
People of the local Mapuche Indian community take a walk during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. The people are meeting to discuss about Chile's indigenous politics after the death of Jaime Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. Picture taken August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR27105
August 23, 2009
Members of the local Mapuche Indian community prepare food during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez...
Temuco, Chile
Members of the local Mapuche Indian community prepare food during a "Xrawen" at Puerto Dominguez town...
Members of the local Mapuche Indian community prepare food during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. The people are meeting to discuss about Chile's indigenous politics after the death of Jaime Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. Picture taken August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR270FK
August 22, 2009
Members of the local Mapuche Indian communities gather during a "Xrawen" ( meeting) at Puerto Dominguez...
Temuco, Chile
Members of the local Mapuche Indian communities gather during a "Xrawen" ( meeting) at Puerto Dominguez...
Members of the local Mapuche Indian communities gather during a "Xrawen" ( meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. The people are meeting to discuss about Chile´s indigenous politics after the death of Jaime Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR2710D
August 23, 2009
A member of the local Mapuche Indian community blows into a traditional Mapuche musical instrument during...
Temuco, Chile
A member of the local Mapuche Indian community blows into a musical instrument during a "Xrawen" at Puerto...
A member of the local Mapuche Indian community blows into a traditional Mapuche musical instrument during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. The people are meeting to discuss about Chile's indigenous politics after the death of Jaime Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. Picture taken August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR27102
August 23, 2009
Members of the local Mapuche Indian community yell during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town...
Temuco, Chile
Members of the local Mapuche Indian community yell during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town...
Members of the local Mapuche Indian community yell during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. Members of the local Mapuche Indian communities gather during a "Xrawen" (meeting) at Puerto Dominguez town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 22, 2009. The people are meeting to discuss Chile's indigenous politics after the death of Jaime Faculdo Mendoza Collio, 24, a Mapuche Indian who died on August 12, 2009 after being shot during clashes with the police in a land dispute in southern Chile, local media reported. Picture taken August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MAPUCHE/
RTR2726L
August 24, 2009
Graffiti that reads "Autonomy of people" and "Mapuche territory, Huanaco Mellao resistance" is seen at...
Temuco, Chile
Graffiti that reads "Autonomy of people" and "Mapuche territory, Huanaco Mellao resistance" is seen at...
Graffiti that reads "Autonomy of people" and "Mapuche territory, Huanaco Mellao resistance" is seen at the Huanaco Mellao Indian community in Ercilla town near Temuco city, some 677 km (420 miles) south of Santiago August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
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