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Indigenous death was repressed at the entrance of humanitarian aid



February 27, 2016 at 10:04 a.m.
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Updated on February 27, 2019 at 10::05

Alfredo Romero, Director of the Nuclear Forum NGO, says Clever Perez has been serving the death of Kuparamacay indigenous people for 24 years in Boa Vista hospital in Brazil.

"Melanie, wife of Clever Perez (24), and Melanie, the indigenous family of Kumaracapay. Clever died today," said Twitter activist for human rights activists.

Tepuy Roraima's guiding tour will kill fifth indigenous people this week on Saturday and Wednesday by the security forces responsible for repression.

On Saturday, humanitarian aid was expected to enter Venezuelan, but prevented unlawful and armed groups from avoiding gas and pellets, to destroy people trying to penetrate.


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