A COLOMBIAN DISPLACED CROSSES A BLOCK AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS BUILDING.
A Colombian displaced by violence in Colombia crosses a block at the entrance of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross as an anti-riot policeman stands guard, January 5. About one hundred internal refugees stormed the ICRC Wednesday building to press for a solution to their social and economic demands. Around of 1.2 million people have been displaced in Colombia during the last 10 years amid fighting between leftist guerrillas and paramilitary death squads. The ICRC announced it was suspending all operations in Colombia after the mob stormed its offices.