Bolivia's riot policemen

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000131" title="Bolivia" href="/topic/international/bolivia-PLGEO00000131.topic">Bolivia's</a> riot policemen take position at a street in La Paz. The riot police are part of police operations in charge of maintaining control in La Paz as Amazonic indigenous people from the territory of Isiboro Secure national park, known by its Spanish acronym TIPNIS, arrive after walking 640 km (398 miles) to defend their territory against the planned construction of a highway through the middle of the park.

( Reuters photo / June 28, 2012 )

Bolivia's riot policemen take position at a street in La Paz. The riot police are part of police operations in charge of maintaining control in La Paz as Amazonic indigenous people from the territory of Isiboro Secure national park, known by its Spanish acronym TIPNIS, arrive after walking 640 km (398 miles) to defend their territory against the planned construction of a highway through the middle of the park.

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