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Nasa Indians overpower soldiers in Colombia

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Nasa Indians charge a soldier in Toribio, southern Colombia on July 17. Dozens of Indians attacked half a dozen soldiers guarding communication towers on the outskirts of the town.

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Indigenous natives drag Colombian army sergeant Rodrigo Garcia out of his military post on Mount Berlin in Toribioon July 17, 2012.

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Nasa Indians drag off a soldier in Toribio, southern Colombia on July 17.

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A soldier tries to stop another from shooting in the air.

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A soldier is attacked by indigenous trying to evict them from a military control base in El Alto del Berlin mountain in Toribio, Cauca, Colombia

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Army sergeant Rodrigo Garcia leaves with tears in his eyes after he was forced out of his military post on Mount Berlin on July 17, 2012.

Nasa Indians near Toribio in southern Colombia have demanded security forces and leftist rebels stay off their land. Local people decided to expel a group of soldiers from the area after clashes resulted in eight people being wounded and several houses damaged, Agence France Presse reports. 

Previously on PhotoBlog: Colombians dismantle police post in protest at FARC clashes

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