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A year after Ecuador oil spill, Indigenous victims await justice, reparations

Published on May 25, 2021
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Last year an oil spill in the Ecuadoran Amazon that contaminated the Coca River, local Indigenous groups are still struggling to adapt to alternative livelihoods It started as an ordinary morning in Ecuador’s eastern Orellana province. Abel Jipa’s sons, Byron and Johnny, and his son-in-law, Gibson, set out on the Coca […]

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