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31 Oct 2016

Colombia: NGOs denounce alleged aggression by govt. forces against community protesting health & environmental impacts of fracking by ConocoPhillips

After a series of protests, local communities allege the use of aggression and tear gas by government security forces against community members protesting lack of guarantees and health, environmental and other human rights impacts connected to fracking planned by ConocoPhillips (in Spanish).  Business & Human Rights invited ConocoPhillips to respond; the response is available below.