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Peru: Cusco communities allege beatings, violence by the police during opposition to Glencore’s road project

Alto Huarca local communities alleged that eight Glencore staff and the police evicted families in order to create space to build a road for Glencore’s Antapaccay mining project.  During the eviction, women and elders faced repression and beatings.  Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Glencore to respond. The response in English is available below; the allegations are only available in Spanish.

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