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Peru: Carlyle portfolio security company allegedly beat two indigenous women protesting the environmental impacts of Glencore mine

Peasant Andean women Francisca Umasi-Ihui and Vidal Coaquira-Umasi who were participating in protests over harms on their crops and water sources allegedly caused by Antapaccay Glencore mine allegedly were attacked by armed security company Grupo Liderman (part of Carlyle Group) and police officers.  The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Carlyle and Glencore to respond to the allegations in Spanish.  The responses are provided below.

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