RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Protesters and local authorities in Cali reached an agreement early Monday morning, May 10, to lift a blockade at the main entrance to the Colombian city. At the same time, the indigenous minga (march) announced the opening of a humanitarian corridor for 24 hours.
On the thirteenth day of protests, preceded by a day in which allegedly armed civilians shot at the minga and wounded 10 indigenous guards, the . . .